The 12 strong male voice choir End of the Track is back by popular demand for a special charity concert at Lawn Community Centre, Guildford Avenue, on Saturday 14 September, 7.30pm, to raise money for Swindon homeless charity, Threshold Housing Link.
The event, organised by Wendy Cole, will see the group perform an array of toe-tapping music from the swinging Sixties.
End of the Track were formed when a small group of singers from the Chippenham Male Voice Choir started to experiment with different styles of song, often performing alternative material after their main concert.
Their roots remain in the songs that were popular in the Sixties and soon after, with their repertoire including plenty of popular classics, from The Beatles’ Eight Days a Week to Amarillo.
All funds raised will go to support frontline services within Threshold Housing Link which provides high-quality supported accommodation for around 500 homeless people each year.
For tickets at £5 call Wendy Cole on 01793 422852.