Alzheimer’s Support and BBC Wiltshire are inviting musicians from across Wiltshire to join a spectacular jam session as part of BBC Music Day in September.
The charity has been invited to host an event for the BBC’s flagship day because of its work bringing music to people living with dementia in Wiltshire. The musical mash-up evening in Devizes Corn Exchange will bring together singers and musicians to make music together as part of the nationwide celebrations. The event is supported by BBC Wiltshire who will be broadcasting live from the Corn Exchange.
Every band, group or soloist taking part will be invited to play a signature tune or piece of music that reflects what they do. They will then team up with a randomly selected partner to jam together. At the end of the evening everyone will come together to join in rendition of the Beatles’ Let It Be.
The music mash-up takes place on Thursday 26th September, BBC Music Day, between 5pm and 7.30pm
To take part, visit www.alzheimerswiltshire.org.uk