Respected acts from the Midlands Ska scene got scores of fundraisers stomping at a charity gig on Saturday.
It took place at the London House to raise money for Hope4 in Rugby and featured The Selector’s Aitch Bembridge.
The marathon gig raised £370 to help homeless and badly housed people in the area.
London House, in Chapel Street, was recently taken over Kat Tilley and Shaun Banks.
“It’s the best night we’ve had here so far.
“As soon as we said we wanted to do something for Hope4 we were overwhelmed with the response,” said Shaun.
“Saturday went really well with a good mixture of people showing their support.”
He said the pub had a great atmosphere from the 11am start right into the early hours of Sunday morning.
Other acts included AKA Ska Men UK, Professor RockSKa, Iain ‘SKAndemonium’ Ashby, and McCabe, lead singer with The Strike.
“It was about fun, fundraising and raiseing awareness,” added Shaun.
“We achieved that and would like to thank everybody who performed or attended. We also collected about four bin bags of donations for the charity.”