Teenage Cancer Trust has launched an incredible archive of never-before-seen footage of live performances at the Royal Albert Hall, as part of an emergency fundraising appeal.
Teenage Cancer Trust relies on donations, and 2020 has been a tough year for the charity.
The YouTube channel is to raise vital funds for the charity to help it support young people facing cancer across the UK. This content will be free to enjoy, but artists and the charity are urging fans to donate to fill the gap in fundraising that provides a lifeline for teenagers with cancer.
From 8th-18th October, enjoy exclusive live performances from the below:
Thursday 8th October - Don't miss Ed Sheeran’s performance from 2017, 11 unique and ‘Unseen’ performances will feature.
Friday 9th October - Muse played in 2008, their only show in the UK that year apart from two sold out Wembley Stadiums! They called it, “one of the best gigs of our lives.”
Saturday 10th October - Rudimental
Sunday 11th October - Over 20 years, there have been many legendary moments that fans will get the chance to see for the first time with ‘Unseen’. Sir Paul McCartney was joined on stage in 2012 for the Beatles’ ‘Get Back’ by Roger Daltrey, Ronnie Wood and Paul Weller – marking a Beatle, Rolling Stone and The Who joining forces.
Monday 12th October - Paul Weller
Tuesday 13th October - Stereophonics
Wednesday 14th October - Pulp
Thursday 15th October - The Noel Gallagher show from 2013 is the year he stepped into curate the week of gigs for Roger who was away on a world tour.
Friday 16th October - Dave Grohl recounted how Roger collared him at the Sunset Marquis in L.A. to persuade him to play the show in 2010. Grohl brought his supergroup Them Crooked Vultures for their only Royal Albert Hall gig ever, with Josh Homme and John Paul Jones, who also admitted that Roger had hunted him down for the show that very morning at breakfast! The band they have granted full access to it for ‘Unseen’.
Saturday 17th October - The legendary The Who played that very first Teenage Cancer Trust show in 2000 and would have played this year. Frontman Roger Daltrey has been the driving force behind the concerts, with many a superstar telling tales of Roger striding up to them to ask them to do the gig.
Sunday 18th October - The Cure played a three-hour set on two consecutive nights in 2014, bringing the house down with 45 songs. A huge supporter of the charity, Robert Smith has donated the guitar he played those nights, hand painted himself, to the charity for auction.
Saturday 31st October - Full live stream from The Cure
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