McMillan Cancer Support Night featuring Plastic Millionaires at the Cellars at Eastney

The Rampant at the ramparts of Portchester Castle in 1967. L to r: Peter Richardson (aka Ritchie Peters  they turned his name around) vocals, Ron Hughes guitar, Ken Hughes (his brother) drums, Don Golding bass, Mick Cooper Hammond organ.

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The Eastney Cellars was packed for a night of great music in aid of the McMillan Cancer Support Centre, Portsmouth.

Things got off to a brilliant start as The Heritage kicked things off and were followed by the brilliantly talented Laura Whittenham who wowed the crowd with her beautiful voice.

Next to take centre stage was the angelic Erin Strange whose blend of catchy tunes and celestial vocals were simply stunning.

LKV followed and put on a cracking show which included a mash-up of REM’s Losing My Religion and his own Preachers Daughter. It was then the turn of Adam Best who really got the crowd to their feet before James George took the Cellars by storm with his powerful vocals, as he treated us to tracks such as Parable.

As the Plastic Millionaires filled the stage, The Cellars went wild.

The Plastic’s beautifully crafted songs, melodic indie rock style and infectious lyrics had everyone dancing around like crazy, proving yet again why they are one of the cities top bands.

A fantastic night of music was made all the better as over £350 was raised for such a worthwhile cause.