By Reub Palin - 31st May 2012 7:02am
On Monday 4th June at 6.00pm, The Rainband perform at Audlem Festival. The band are flying at the moment and this gig will be a warm up for their biggest gig to date.
Later in the year, the band will be playing live at the British motorcycle GP from the starting grid as the riders are introduced.
On the same day their latest single will be released "Rise Again" with guest keyboard player GP and world superbike champion, James Toseland.
Not only that but the bands latest release has been chosen to head the Marco Simoncelli foundations campaign to raise money for the disabled.
The band have worked hard with Simoncelli's family in Italy. And with Simoncelli's huge world-wide fan base this is likely to rocket the band to international stardom.
For those that don't know, Simoncelli was the motorcycle GP star who was tragically killed during a race last year.
So to see the Rainband perform near to you this weekend be at The Lord C outdoor stage at 1800 hours on Monday. You know it makes sense.
Click on the link below the phot of the Rainband playing at the Lord C to the sound cloud interview that Martin Finnigan, lead singer of the band, did with BBC Radio 5 live this week.
Shared from the SoundCloud iPad app. Get it for free here: http://itunes.apple.com/de/app/soundcloud/id336353151?mt=8
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