For Richard

Malcom will be playing at the upcoming gig at Walthamstow Cricket Club on 13th September to celebrate Richard Treece, who sadly passed away in May this year. Also appearing will be The Green Ray and Richard Booth, alongside special guests, Son of Man, who will be playing a short set before heading back down the M4 to Wales. This is the day after Son of Man’s appearance at The Trades Hall in Dagenham.

Make no mistake, the Dagenham gig is definitely where to catch Son of Man to hear their full set – and all concerned are extremely grateful to George and the band for popping along to Walthamstow the following day to lend their support for Richard’s event.

Anyone who is interested in attending the Richard Treece gig, please send us a message and we’ll make every effort to put you on the guest list (first come first served and we’ll let you know… promise!). Richard’s family and friends, plus of course former band members of Help Yourself, The Neutrons and Man etc take priority, but Richard would have wanted fans to also be present.

Despite the sad occasion, it should prove to be a memorable weekend in London for fans of Man and Help Yourself!


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