Simfest success

Danny Simm with musicians Harry Baxendale and Bradley Iisak at Fuzzbox Studio's on Clayton Street
Danny Simm with musicians Harry Baxendale and Bradley Iisak at Fuzzbox Studio's on Clayton Street
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A WIGAN music event arranged by a local teenager raised more than £400.

Simfest organised by Danny Simm to raise money for JDRF - a charity which supports those with diabetes was held at Fuzzbox Studios.

With local bands like Levelled, Skive and Junction23 performing, the day was a huge success raising £400.95.

Danny Simm tells Music Scene about the day.

He said: “We had a great day, Levelled opened the show spectacularly, Skive got everyone in the mood with a great set and Junction23 calmed the day down a little but nevertheless, they rocked.

“During the interval, we sadly said goodbye to Mad Dog Maiden’s hair to raise money, and we raffled off a guitar, photoshoot and vouchers.

“Loor a los heroes went down a storm to the younger crowd, I have many people asking for Flynn’s number now.

“Our Sound engineer then got up on stage with Smitten Kitten who blew everyone away with a mind blowing set. “The relays then arrived to close a fantastic night, and they did it in style.”

“Thank you so much to everyone who played, everyone who donated a prize and all those who donated money,

“We will be back soon.”