This year i was blessed enough not only to attend this years Wear it for Autism Event but also had the pleasure of Performing also. I hope you enjoy the footage it as much as i did, Yours Truly Ray Lewis Music.
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All The Hits – Saturday Night at the Movies – Sisters & Brothers – Save the Last Dance – Under The Broadwalk and Many More. Thursday, November 26th 2015 Featuring American Soul legend
Former Lead Singer of “THE DRIFTERS” Performing his “STILL DRIFTING” SHOW
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Starts 7:30 PM UNTIL LATE
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Ray Lewis Music
The Righteous Brothers’ Bill Medley Live (in the UK for the First Time Ever with Special Guests)
Gary Puckett & Union Gap
2045 – 2055 hrs.
Ray Lewis & the New Drifters
Curfew 2300 hrs.
(N.B.: THESE TIMINGS ARE ISSUED AS A GUIDE ONLY AND ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE).
Bill Medley is best known as one half of The Righteous Brothers, the pair that brought us 60s classic ‘You’ve Lost That Lovin’ Feelin’ and wedding dance favourite ‘Unchained Melody’. Known as the brother with the rich baritone, it may surprise many to learn that Bill has never performed a live Concert in the UK. This is all set to change however, as he announces an exclusive one-night-only show at Wembley Arena on 24th November.
“It was always my dream to perform in the UK,” explains Bill. “I’ve been performing for 50 years, so now we’ll have the time of our lives at Wembley in November…!”
‘60’s – Unchained And Live’ will also feature the talents of a host of other 1960’s icons: Gary Puckett & the Union Gap are best known for hits such as ‘Young Girl’ and will also be making their debut UK stage appearance; Ray Lewis & the New Drifters brought us classics including ‘Under The Boardwalk’ and ‘Kissing In The Back Row’, whilst The Foundations are probably best known for their smash hit ‘Build Me Up Buttercup’.
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(12/5/2013) CoHaven House Hospice Celebrity football match at Leyton Orient FC. Mark Wright and Teddy Sherringham. The event is to commemorate 10 years of Haven House Children’s Hospice and is in memory of John Docker. ADD IMAGES FROM RAY’S WEBSITE AS A SLIDER