The band play to help promote an organisation dedicated to highlighting the problems faced by people with dyslexia...
Soulfly are to play a charity show in LONDON – the first band to help promote a new organisation dedicated to highlighting the problems faced by people in the UK with dyslexia.
The group will play a show at the London Dingwalls on November 26, in aid of Resolution Daes, who work to highlight the problems faced by the estimated six million people in the UK with dyslexia.
It is intended that this will be the first of several high-profile fund-raising music-based events to take place as part of the campaign, which will be continuing next year.
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The charity have also set up a website at www.resolutiondaes.co.uk, where more information can be found about the campaign. Other stars who have signed up include [/a], [a] and Kevin Shields.