Walking In Rhythm

Walking In Rhythm Wirral band Daywalker strolled into the Radio Clatterbridge studio today, to promote a gig in aid of a charity close to our hearts. Mark Evans, Dave Kinder, Dave Robinson, Gary Turnock and Barry Waring joined In Session presenter Dave Coroner to talk about next Friday's concert. The group, which are headlining the event at the Cammell Laird Social Club in Rock Ferry, are hoping to raise lots of money for the Clatterbridge Centre for Oncology. Go to our Gallery section to see photos from the band's visit.

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