FOR OUR VOICES PROJECT AT S.P.A.C.E. IN BOOTLE AS LIVERPOOL STARS
FROM THE SIXTIES COME TOGETHER TO PAY FOR A BRAND NEW RECORDING
from the 60's including The Merseybeats, The Foremost, The Pete
Best Band, The Swinging Blue Jeans, agent Hal Carter and Cavern
City Tours - were so impressed with the staff at the centre and
the effort they put into running workshops and training programmes
that they agreed to pay for a new studio which can be used by young
people in Bootle.
Listen to the presentation
Danny, John, Billy and Bernie
bands will be able to use the studio to make quality demo tapes
and get a professional service from the S.P.A.C.E. technicians who
are dedicated to giving them a future in the world of music.
John and Danny were speechless when Billy Kinsley from the Merseybeats
made the surprise announcement live on the Roger Lyon programme.
Billy said "it's a great opportunity for the bands to put something
back into the local community - we'll ontinue to support the centre
in any way we can."
Stel and Danny at Bootle Strand
our Voices Producer, organised an Open Day at the Strand Shopping
Centre in Bootle. Our "A Team" and members of S.P.A.C.E.
were there and gave out information about the many workshops available
at the centre and everything you need to know about our Voices project.
Sefton Performing Arts and Community Education, is based in Marsh
Lane, Bootle and has facilities including a theatre, dance studios,
a computer suite for the young people of the area to use.
They also offer free workshops in drama, music, DJ Mixing and Song
Writing for people up the age of 25. There's a chill out room and
a coffee bar for anyone who needs to relax!
HOW CAN YOU
wish is for a fully functional recording studio
offers the use of their facilities and equipment to the communities
of South Sefton at little or no cost.
you think you can help in anyway or want to know more about SPACE
visit their website www.mya.org.uk/space
or ring them on (0151) 944 1509 they're based in Marsh Lane
up to date their progress on the Roger Lyon programme weekday evenings
between 6pm and 7pm.