Thanks for the Memory Big Band Concert at Cranage Hall -10 May 2015

Thanks for the Memory 2015 50 years of Music 1920's - 1970's with Dave Egerton Big Band

The Concert was held on Sunday May 10th 2pm Hosted by Cranage Hall Hotel & Conference Centre

We had a great afternoon of Big Band music and songs from the 1920’s to 1970’s with the Dave Egerton Big Band bringing back the memories and laughter of the past.



This year writer/singer/radio host, Jan Eberle, also supported us. Jan is the youngest daughter of singer & music pioneer Ray Eberle. Ray, of course, is remembered as the original male vocalist for the famed Glenn Miller Civilian Orchestra from 1938-1942. 

Jan strongly believes that: ‘music is the universal language that transcends all. While time and disease may rob us of so much, including our memory, it is music that knows no bounds.’

The audience sat back while we took them down memory lane to the Swing era, from Glenn Miller to the Beatles; Fred Astaire to Vera Lynn to Van Morrison; Frank Sinatra to The Temptations … and much much more.

Through this great afternoon of entertainment we raised money for Nantwich Dementia Friends Group and the Alzheimer’s Society.

The concert was sponsored by Cranage Hall Hotel and Conference Centre and Oakmere Wealth Management

 

 For information on upcoming concerts and to book tickets for events please contact:

W: www.thanksforthememory.org.uk | E: tim.ashcroft@thanksforthememory.org.uk
T: 07710 603 952 Tw: @Memory_Moments

 

Dame Vera Lynn also supported us again and wished us luck.

This year writer/singer/radio host, Jan Eberle, also supported us. Jan is the youngest daughter of singer & music pioneer Ray Eberle

Jan strongly believes that: ‘music is the universal language that transcends all. While time and disease may rob us of so much, including our memory, it is music that knows no bounds.’

Ray, of course, is remembered as the original male vocalist for the famed Glenn Miller Civilian Orchestra from 1938-1942.

The audience sat back while we took them down memory lane to the Swing era, from Glenn Miller to the Beatles; Fred Astaire to Vera Lynn to Van Morrison; Frank Sinatra to The Temptations … and much much more.

Nantwich Museum

Through this great afternoon of entertainment we raised money for Nantwich Dementia Friends Group and the Alzheimer’s Society.

The concert was sponsored by Cranage Hall Hotel and Conference Centre and Oakmere Wealth Management

 For information on upcoming concerts and to book tickets for events please contact:

W: www.thanksforthememory.org.uk | E: tim.ashcroft@thanksforthememory.org.uk
T: 07710 603 952 Tw: @Memory_Moments