Friday 3rd May 2019 - CONCERT FOR FRIENDS FOR MENTAL HEALTH - at The Assembly Rooms

A charity fundraiser – all proceeds go to The East Kent Friends for Mental Health
Come and join us for an evening of sublime original acoustic music with 4 fantastic local
At The Assembly Rooms
£10 in advance/ £12 on the door
7:00pm Doors Open – 7:30pm Start

Also featuring a prize raffle. Alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks will be on sale on the night.

Tickets available from:
Gatefield Sounds Record shop, Whitstable
Canterbury Rocks Records, Canterbury
Railway Cuttings Barbers, Faversham
Message at:

Alan Prosser & Al Clarke
We are pleased to have Alan Prosser (guitar, vocals) & Al Clarke (harmonica and vocals) playing their first live appearance as a duo, playing songs from their CD “Roomful of Light” and more. Alan Prosser is well known for his work with Oysterband & Al Clarke is a great harmonica player from the Stour Delta! “Roomful of Light” will be available – with all proceeds raised from sales on the night donated to the charity.

Carmen & The Devil
Folk and country influenced rock with soul! Performing tonight as an acoustic 3 piece, Carmen &amp The Devil bring a fresh approach to classic rock. Red hot original songs with blues, soul and country flavours. Think...Tom Petty, The Band, Fleetwood Mac, The Rolling Stones, The Pretenders, Bob Dylan, David Bowie, George Michael…

Sam Brothers
A remarkable guitarist and unique songwriter, Sam’s blessed with an astonishing voice that recalls the gentle sensitivity of Nick Drake,but underscored by the screaming power and swooping range of Jeff Buckley. "...Always compelling, a real treat. Watch this space" – Acoustic

Tamsyn Iris
Talented singer-songwriter from Kent.

The East Kent Friends for Mental Health is a registered charity that has supported people
who have mental health problems for over 50 years. Consisting of volunteers who dedicate
their time to raise funds, they provide amenities and facilities, as well as organising
fundraising events and championing causes.
Funds raised have been used to help those with mental health needs and their families –
this includes paying for education classes or travel, funding art exhibitions and music
therapy, supporting people when they leave hospital and are setting up a new home.


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