The Old Cold Store, Nottingham, November 26, 1pm until 9pm.
Six talented bands will come together for a fundraising gig soon at a Notts venue in aid of Prostate Cancer Research.
Headlining will be local punk legends Resistance 77 and the catalyst for the gig came when the band’s guitarist Jonny March, 54, was diagnosed earlier this year with stage one prostate cancer, as was his brother Andy, 57 .
Jonny explained: “The good news is we have both now been treated and are clear for the time being, due to the early diagnosis and action taken.
"My wife Michelle and family, friends and band members and our audience have been extremely supportive, for which I'm very grateful, as it's been a rollercoaster!
“The band and I have started a campaign entitled Kick Cancer In The Bo77ocks to raise awareness of this common disease among men of our age.
“As well as using social media, we have been collecting at gigs etc including Blackpool Rebellion Festival, Punk on the Peninsula in Scotland and Nice and Sleazy in Morecambe.
“The five other bands playing as well as ourselves are all good friends. They are happy to help travelling quite a distance for little monetary reward to support the campaign, as well as play and have a good day.”
The other bands on the bill for the gig will be SV and the Eruptions, Drongos for Europe, LOAD, Tear Up, and Static Kill.
Details: Tickets cost £20 in advance or £25 on the door, available from Foreman’s Bar or gigantic.com