Maddog and his band Aisling

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We are now on a mission to raise as much money and awareness as possible for the brilliant Silverlining Brain Injury Charity, who's mission is to unite, engage and rehabilitate all those affected by brain injury with positivity, purpose and advocacy in their local communities and beyond. See more information here: 

Frontman of the band Paul Maddog, survived a life changing accident in 2013, Paul explains 'The Silverlining Charity have been a great support to myself and people with brain injury. I'm so lucky to have the help of others and I can't wait for you to hear the songs and the way I can play now since my injury.' Paul encourages anyone with a brain injury, or that knows anyone with a brain injury, to get in touch with The Silverlining and get involved with their fantastic groups and support networks. 

Each person who makes a donation will be sent a copy of 'Winter in London' in the post. Please leave your name with your donation on the page and email the address you would like your CD delivered to 

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