Nottingham Singer To Support Rainbow’s Charity Event

Nottingham singer Campbell Bass is pleased to announce, he will be supporting the Rainbows charity for sick children in the East Midlands. Rainbows provides care to children and young people who have an incurable condition or a condition which means they are unlikely to live far into adulthood. The charity event will be held at Spice Wollaton on Thursday January 29th.

Campbell Bass is a well known jazz entertainer, not only in Nottingham, but at venues across the country. With his soulful voice, he puts his own interpretation on classic songs from The Great American Songbook, as well as popular hits from Frank Sinatra, Michael Buble and Nat King Cole, giving them his own contemporary sound.

Performing alongside the likes of The Prague Symphony Orchestra, Tony Hadley and Beverly Knight have helped Campbell perfect his unique style and his smooth charismatic performances are his trademark.

Rainbows charity  is a charity for sick children in the East Midlands. The charity was founded in 1994 by Harry and Gail Moore to help children and their families who have a limited life expectancy. As the East Midlands’ only hospice for children and young people, Rainbows offer care and support that helps improve the quality of life.

Nottingham entertainer Campbell Bass had this to say “I am very pleased to be involved in such a worthy cause, there are a lot of great charities out there, and I am excited to bring attention to the Rainbow charity.”

Spices restaurant at Wollaton, will be hosting the fundraising evening with Campbell Bass providing the musical entertainment. The evening will be held on Thursday 29th January at 7.00pm, tickets priced at £25.00 that includes a three course evening meal at this top Indian restaurant, with proceeds going to the Rainbows charity. To book for this Night To Remember Tel (01159) 855236

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With a unique and distinctive voice, Nottingham singer Campbell Bass brings a smooth charismatic style to his performances. Born in Nottingham, Campbell started singing with his school and church choirs. But it was many years later when he really started to flourish as a singer, performing in local theatre and two local bands. He travelled all over the Midlands playing local bars and nightclubs. In 2004 he gained the confidence to go it alone and sing full time professionally.  He has gone on to record a number of albums and has worked alongside the Prague Symphony Orchestra, Tony Hadley and Beverly Knight, and enjoyed guest spots on BBC, Smooth, Gem106 and Capital FM radio. Performances have also taken him around the UK, Europe and America.