GARY MOORE To Perform At 'A Tribute to Dick Heckstall-Smith'

Legendary guitarist Gary Moore is one of the confirmed guests at the upcoming "A Tribute to Dick Heckstall-Smith" event on June 6 at the London Astoria. Other artists scheduled to appear include COLOSSEUM, Jack Bruce, Gary Husband, Mick Taylor, John Etheridge & John Marshall (SOFT MACHINE), Pete Brown, Neil Sparkes, Eddie Martin, DHS - Ed Jones, Ike Leo, Alan Weekes, Kenrick Rowe, Jon Gee, Kevin Haynes, Dave "Munch" Moore, Danny Thompson, Big Chief and surprise guests.

Tickets are priced at £15 in advance, available on-line from Mean Fiddler Ticketing, or £20 on the night.

Gary will be joining Jack Bruce and drummer Gary Husband for three or four songs in memory of the late Dick Heckstall-Smith.

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