John Hegarty Blues Band raises funds for Simon Community

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The John Hegarty Blues Band rocked Belfast with a charity concert for the Simon Community.

The concert took place on 26 April, in the upstairs room of the Duke of York, a well-known pub in the city, which the owners donated for free to the event.

The Simon Community is Northern Ireland’s leading homelessness charity, accommodating on average 2,391 people a year.

Click this link to see why the band decided to do the gig.

John Hegarty Blues Band

 

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