CPM Gig success
Posted on 18th October 2017 at 15:01
What an incredible night at The Edge in Digbeth on Sunday 22nd October. Cerebral Palsy Midlands 'The CPM Connection' and 'Beats by Sean' performed tracks from their brand new album, together with music tutor Matt Hayles band 'The Day Ends'. They promoted the launch of their new album 'The CPM Connection LP' which is on sale now for £5 and raised a fantastic £83 on the evening.
Here are some images taken from the three performances from The CPM Connection, Beats by Sean and The Day Never Ends at The Edge, Digbeth on Sunday 22nd October 2017. It was a great musical rock band experience for our clients and adults who have cerebral palsy, very inspiration and incredible.
Matthew (also known by his stage name Miles Perhower) is a prominent figure within the alternative rock and arts community in Birmingham, and is now an enthusiastic member of the Cerebral Palsy Midlands team. Through this inspirational and often highly creative work, he and his technical assistant, Ben Linstead, are constantly looking for new ways to adapt these music sessions to meet the various and sometimes complex needs of service users. Find out more about their rehearsals and performances on our CPM Connection page.
Up to date information, videos and music can be found directly on their twitter feeds @BeatsbySean_mph, @cpm_connection and @thedayendsband.
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