To celebrate its 75th Anniversary and its unique history, the PRS for Music Members Benevolent Fund was proud to present a very special fund-raising concert. On October 25th at 7.30pm, Lee and a whole host of stars performed for the Fund at London's Royal Albert Hall. PRS for Music Members Benevolent Fund is a registered charity that provides assistance to members and ex-members of the Performing Rights Society and their families. More info and an Image Gallery can be found at the event website, while you can also view the final flyer and extracts from the programme by clicking the flyer above/right.
In a piece on Community Newswire Lee has said of the concert:
"I'm thrilled to be involved. The show will be quite unique and as it's for such a good cause I immediately agreed when they asked me to take part.
The PRS for Music Members Benevolent Fund does such good work for its community of musicians and artists, it's a terrific role model. This fund does such an important job and has helped so many people in times of stress, whether it's illness, hard times or just a one off crisis.
On the night I'll be singing a Marc Bolan number which is great honour since Marc had an outstanding catalogue of songs and left the fund a share of his royalties in order to help his fellow musicians."
Lee opened the second half of this fabulous concert, singing not one, but two Marc Bolan numbers - 20th Century Boy and I Love to Boogie - and rocking the house!
20th Century Boy
I Love To Boogie
There are various video captures from the evening - on YouTube 20th Century Boy from Leanne and the finale from Marg W, while available to download Lee's whole performance from Auds and another view of the finale from Blue Topaz. Huge thanks to all for sharing. And finally, a few photos - click any below to view full Gallery - including some screencaps from my own footage of the finale.
Lee's full concert schedule (including past appearances) can be found at - CONCERT DATES
Last updated: 8 April 2017