Rock nostalgia night in memory of musicians

The Wrinkly Rockers are pictured presenting their proceeds to Pam Ingamells (wife of Colin Ingamells) on behalf of Marie Curie and Kathy Blythe from Macmillan, with the band's young mascot Alfie Nash. EMN-150915-132337001

The Wrinkly Rockers are pictured presenting their proceeds to Pam Ingamells (wife of Colin Ingamells) on behalf of Marie Curie and Kathy Blythe from Macmillan, with the band's young mascot Alfie Nash. EMN-150915-132337001

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Popular local rock and roll band The Wrinkly Rockers were joined on staged by some 1960s legends to perform a tribute concert in memory of two founder members.

Both Colin Ingamells and Tony Frost died during the last year and the proceeds of the concert, amounting to an amazing £3,500, were shared between Macmillan Cancer Support and Marie Curie Cancer Care. The successful event was held at St George’s Academy hall in Sleaford.

Band member Frank Graves said the Wrinkly Rockers would like to thank everyone who was involved in the charity event. Guest performers included members of local sixties bands The Satellites, The Phantoms, Triangle, Dawn and the Deejays, the Beathovens and the Cosmonauts - namely Mike Pedlar Palmer, Roger Asher, Dave McMillan, Steve Slater, Adrian Govia, John Dowd and Derek Andrews. Tony Frost’s daughter Sarah and grandson Ryan also sang with the band. Sarah Graves also got in on the act and performed after an absence from the stage of 20 years.

The Barge and Bottle provided the bar and all profits went to the charities.