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Charity CD launch at Fisherman's Wharf

PUBLISHED: 11:04 16 October 2009 | UPDATED: 14:44 06 July 2010

Not Clever will be headlining Halloween on Fire IV

Not Clever will be headlining Halloween on Fire IV

A CD featuring songs from bands who performed at K Fest will be launched tomorrow night.

Six Degrees of Separation, Big Red Boat, Nevacain, Not Clever, Harriett Athorn and Emma Lyon all helped to raise over £3,500 for the Big C Appeal, the Macmillan nurses and the James Paget Sandra Chapman Suite, at the event in May.

A CD featuring songs from bands who performed at K Fest will be launched tomorrow night.

Six Degrees of Separation, Big Red Boat, Nevacain, Not Clever, Harriett Athorn and Emma Lyon all helped to raise over £3,500 for the Big C Appeal, the Macmillan nurses and the James Paget Sandra Chapman Suite, at the event in May. And now they have all recorded songs for the CD, which will help to raise more funds for the charities in memory of local musician Karen Sturgess.

The CD will be launched tomorrow night at the Fisherman's Wharf, in Lowestoft, when Nevacain, Big Red Boat and headliners Not Clever all perform.

Doors open at 7.30pm and entry is free, although donations will be greatly received. The CD will be on sale for £7.

Not Clever have also been announced as the headliners for this year's charity fancy dress music extravaganza Halloween on Fire. Other acts announced so far include Six Degrees of Separation, Jericho and Nevacain.

Halloween on Fire IV takes place on October 31, and will be raising money for Addenbrooke's Hospital and The Big C Appeal.

Entry will be £5, which includes a free raffle ticket, and doors at Carlton Manor, in Carlton Colville, open at 2pm. Bands will play from 3pm to 11.30pm.

For more on the event visit www.myspace.com/halloweenonfire


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