An accountant at Birmingham-based firm JW Hinks will be swapping his calculator and pen for a microphone, as he and his band raise money for charity with a special concert.
Richie Bowden, one the firm’s healthcare specialists and lead singer for covers band, The Quad Rox, will be playing a selection of hits from The Killers, Green Day, Oasis and The Rolling Stones to raise money for Our Place Community Hub – JW Hinks’ chosen charity of the year.
The band hopes to raise more than £1,000 for the charity at the gig, which is due to be held at Old Oscott Working Men’s Club on Aldridge Road, Great Barr on Friday 6th March from 8.30pm.
Richie Bowden said “We are delighted to help such a worthy cause as Our Place Community Hub, who relies on the support of the local community to continue to provide such invaluable support.
“Tickets for the gig have been selling extremely well and we are anticipating a full house on the night, which should result in a great night for all.”
The Quad Rox, who feature brothers Jamie and Richie Bowden, Simon Hull and Phil Vaughan, are promising an evening of popular cover versions. The gig also includes a live set from local band Run with the Tumbleweeds.
Paul Jones, Managing Partner at JW Hinks, said: “We are all looking forward to seeing Richie and his band playing some great hits to raise money for such a wonderful charity.
“This is going to be a brilliant evening for everyone and it will make a big difference to such a good cause.”
To find out more about The Quad Rox and how to get tickets for the night visit www.facebook.com/thequadroxband.