‘April Cool’ a Real Success
On Friday 1 April Stow College Students Association joined LoveMusic HateRacism – a national anti-racist campaigning organisation – to hold the third annual Live Music Event, this time titled ‘April Cool’.
Around 90 music lovers joined students and musicians from the college to make the night at Glasgow’s The Admiral Bar a real success. Performing were The Hardy Souls, Switchback Road, Rhiannon Rae Garrity, DJ Dell and Electric Honey band White Heath (who were also promoting their new single on the night)
A fantastic £360 was raised for the campaign.
Photo: The Hardy Souls
For more photos from the night visit LoveMusic HateRacism Scotland’s Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/#!/group.php?gid=113888286651< Back to news headings
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