Remo, in association with major drum and cymbal companies, will be presenting DrummerNight, in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust, at Manchester Central on the 23rd September 2017 as part of The UK Drum Show.

Diplomats of the Drumming world will gather to celebrate the many millions of hits that this collection of (no less than 16) drumming Ambassadors have achieved over the years. The world-class players will be supported by a band of leading musicians, with Karl Brazil (Robbie Williams, James Blunt, Feeder) acting as Musical Director for the evening.

‘The previous DrummerNight, presented in London. included Karl Brazil, (James Blunt), Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Mark Schulman (Cher, Pink), Andy Newmark (Bryan Ferry/Roxy Music), Geoff Dugmore (UK Session Great), Simon Hanson (Squeeze), Paul Stewart (The Feeling), Jojo Mayer (Nerve), Trevor Lawrence Jr (Snoop Dogg, Alicia Keys), Ian Matthews (Kasabian), Andrew Small (Kylie Minogue/Massive Attack), James Hester (Malakai), Cherisse Osei (Mika), Jerry Brown (Girls Aloud), Neal Wilkinson (Van Morrison), and Steve White (Paul Weller). The unique finale saw all the drummers taking to the stage on all the drumsets. The show in 2008 was hosted by Ian Danter (Talk Sport Radio)’.

The 2017 DrummerNight being held in Manchester, will be MCd by John Thomson, (drummer, comedian and actor, best known for his roles in The Fast Show, Men Behaving Badly and Cold Feet), and giving their time and amazing ‘chops’ to a very worthy cause will be: Karl Brazil, John “JR” Robinson, and Steve White plus many more to be announced before the event, Remo promises.

The event, in support of Teenage Cancer Trust, is being supported by the following drum companies: British Drum Company, DW, Gretsch, Mapex, Pearl, Sakae, Sonor, Tama, Yamaha and cymbal makers Paiste, Sabian, Zildjian as well as Vic Firth.

Tickets are priced at £30.00 (+booking fee) each and are on sale now.

Teenage Cancer Trust

Teenage Cancer TrustCancer sucks. Each day seven young people age 13-24 are diagnosed with cancer. Teenage Cancer Trust is there to make sure they don’t face it alone.

Teenage Cancer Trust provides world-class cancer care and support in specialist units, local hospitals and in homes across the UK. They are there at every stage, from diagnosis through treatment and after, and bring young people together so they can support each other.

The charity gives presentations in schools so young people understand more about cancer and go to the doctors earlier. Their education team also helps medical professionals and politicians understand why young people with cancer need specific support.

Teenage Cancer Trust has come so far but there’s still so much more to do.  Right now, for every young person they can reach, there’s another they can’t. But they will not just sit back and accept that, so the charity is expanding their work.

Teenage Cancer Trust is aiming to provide specialist nurses across the UK in order to reach all young people with cancer, no matter where they live. To do this they will need to raise £20 million a year, every year, by 2020.