He Ain’t Heavy Tenth Anniversary Performance At The Camden Assembly December 22nd

To celebrate The He Ain’t Heavy Tenth anniversary, Join the band at The Camden Assembly on the 22nd December. Featuring many of the original singers and an eight-piece band, the event will be a charity performance. 

The event itself is to raise funds to help raise awareness of The Pan African Book Foundation. The Pan African Book Foundation is a Tanzanian based charity distributing teaching resources throughout the country. 

 The band will be performing a mixture of songs from their 2012 collection. Some of these songs will of course reflect the time of the year and will be changed to suit the Christmas season. Songs that will be included are entitled “Christmas Lie?”, and gospel classics “Baby Born Today” and “Go Where I send thee”. 

With original recordings by performers including Andrea Groves (Stereo Mc’s) Susan Allotey (Precious Wilson, Kenny Thomas) Vanessa Haynes (Incognito, Van Morrison, Chaka Khan; Kim Mazel;  Mica Paris) Yasmin James (Aswad, Bizarre Inc) & Andrew Wood Mitchell (Natalie Cole, Evita Soundtrack, Sonique, Beverly Knight).

The concert’s proceeds will be donated to The Pan African Book Foundation and the Unicef Horn of Africa Drought appeal. To attend the show, the ten year anniversary of He Ain’t Heavy will be hosted at The Camden Assembly on the 22nd December, with doors opening at 7pm. 

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