Buy tickets now for Paul MacCallum benefit concert

Concert organisers have announced that the benefit concert, which will help fund MacCallum's medical bills, will sell the remainder of its tickets on the night
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Organisers of the benefit concert, which was set-up in the name of Wembley Loudspeaker founder, Paul MacCallum, to fund his medical bills, have announced that unsold tickets will be on sale on the night. 

The event, which will feature Zoot Money’s Big Roll Band, is due to take place at O2 Academy 2, in Islington, on October 29. 

Popular bass player (and original member of the Wombles) MacCallum was not only the brainchild behind PLASA member company, Wembley Loudspeaker, but has played with many stars over the years, including Billy Fury and Helen Shapiro. However, he is now suffering from an advanced form of Multiple System Atrophy and is confined to a hospice. The money raised will help meet Paul’s medical bills. Meanwhile, tickets, which are priced at £20 each, are still on sale via Eventbrite. You can purchase them by clicking here.

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