9/23/2000: Mike Peters/Dave Sharp, Band On The Wall, Manchester
For the first time since 30th June 1991 at Brixton Academy, Mike Peters & Dave Sharp met & by the end of the evening performed together.
The Rock The City Benefit was put together by Charlie Mcintosh in aid of The Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital.
The acts performing were (in order):
Big Paul Ferguson (from Killing Joke)
The Charlie McIntosh Band
Dave Sharp and the Hard Travelers
Kirk Brandon & Spear Of Destiny
The finale saw all the artists gather together on one stage for a rousing version of Rocking In The Free World, with vocals shared between Brandon, McIntosh, Sharp & Peters.
The Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital has been treating Charlie
McIntosh’s two year old daughter, Sarah. The goal is to raise funds to upgrade various out-dated monitoring equipment essential to the neurological ward at the hospital.
For information and enquiries you can email Charlie at:
Charity Benifit Show
Part Of In The City
Sunday 24th September 2000
In Aid of Royal Manchester Childrens Hospital, Pendlebury, Salford
@ Band On The Wall,
Line up as of 6th June:
KIRK BRANDON AND SPEAR OF DESTINY
DAVE SHARP AND THE HARD TRAVELLER’S(UK)
BIG PAUL FERGUSON from KILLING JOKE
CHARLIE McINTOSH BAND
SPECIAL GUESTS; Steve Alan Jones,Joe Delorenzo,Lesley Wood-BrooksSet List
Chalie MacIntosh Band + Dave Sharp:
Give Me Back My Job
Spirit Of ’76
Dave Sharp & Hard Travellers:
Drive These Blues Away (with guest violinist Leslie Smith)
It Ain’t Long For The Day
The Ghost Of Preacher Casey
House Of Mercy
Sure High Tonight
Heartbeat Of The World
Edge Of The World
Long Black Night
Rockin In The Free World
I`ve never seen the man rock so good, the boy is on form.
a special night and good fun too. Great to see Dave back in the UK
Great to see Dave again and he was really rockin’. The new songs
are really strong and I can’t wait for the album to come out.
The band were on top form and powered their way through new
songs and old – the new songs are sounding great – Holy Walkin’, Heartbeat, House of Mercy – the new album is going to be a killer!
It was a historical moment in the life of any Alarm fan and I feel privileged to
have been there.