Hey! Hello!’s much anticipated first UK tour will be in April 2014, supporting Ginger’s ‘other’ band, The Wildhearts
Tue 8th April Wolverhampton, Wulfrun Hall
Wed 9th April Bristol, Academy 1
Thu 10th April Manchester, Academy 1
Sat 12th April Nottingham Rock City
Sun 13th April Newcastle, Academy 1
Mon 14th April Glasgow, ABC
Wed 16th April Cambridge, Junction
Thu 17th April London, Electric Ballroom
Tickets for all shows go on sale at 10am on Friday 22nd November. Continue reading
Ginger is lining himself up for his next big project. However, this one has a different audience that really needs your support.
Let Ginger explain:
“Got kids? A family? Xmas is a great time for people like us, isn’t it?
But for some children it’s a time of unhappiness, suffering and fear.
Kids aren’t supposed to ever feel this way, especially a time that is traditionally filled with joy, and let alone at the hands of parents and guardians, the very people that are supposed to keep them safe from harm.
Let’s make a difference this year, and donate whatever you can to help NSPCC make it a safer and happier world for hurt and abused children, especially this Christmas.
I’m gonna stay sober until my Birthday Bash, and to help motivate me – and make it a bit of fun – you could slip a quid or two into this charity box. Seriously, whatever you can spare will be very much appreciated by a little one somewhere.
Thank you, in advance, for caring, I know I rely on you guys a lot, only this time it isn’t going into my music or your ears, just our hearts.
Ginger has set up a JustGiving page at www.justgiving.com/Ginger-Wildheart to allow quick and easy donations to be made to support his goal and the NSPCC, and if you’re a UK taxpayer, you can also register your donation for Gift Aid, which will bump up your contribution by another 20%.
Let’s make this Christmas a rocking one for as many kids as we can!
Ginger would like to clarify his thoughts on the subject of this and other fund-raising activities:
“Much as I’d like to sponsor every charity event you guys are doing I simply just can’t afford to donate to each request. I’m not a wealthy guy. That’s why I have to do things like this, or give my guitar away to help, instead of just sticking a roll of cash into a box. Good luck with everything you guys do, I’ll support you in any way I can. Gx”