Manchester Aid To Kosovo

JosephineManchester Aid To Kosovo, a charity which for the last ten years provided aid to the areas of Kosovo worst affected by the war with Serbia, will release a compilation, entitled Ten, curated by The Travelling Band’s Jo Dudderidge. The album features various Manchester-based musicians who work with the organisation, including Elbow, Badly Drawn Boy and Doves. A number of these artists will also take part in two shows in Manchester and London next month. Performing at both shows will be Badly Drawn Boy, Jim Noir, Liz Green, Gideon Conn, Josephine Oniyama, Jo Rose, The Travelling Band and Silverclub, with special guests announced on the night: 4 Apr: Manchester, The Deaf Institute, 7 Apr: London, Union Chapel. More here!

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