ALL THE OLD DUDES!

The band get some help from their very famous pals at the charity bash...

STEREOPHONICS were joined by a host of rock legends last night (March 30) during their headlining gig at LONDON’s ROYAL ALBERT HALL in aid of the TEENAGE CANCER TRUST.

Rolling Stones guitarist Ronnie Wood stepped on stage with the Welsh trio to add his fretwork to ‘Handbags And Gladrags, ‘Don’t Let Me Down’ and ‘Ooh La La’.

Modfather [/a] opened up the show with performances of ‘That’s Entertainment’, ‘The Loved’ and ‘A Town Called Malice’ before being joined by [a]’ singer James Dean Bradfield, Stereophonics‘ Kelly Jones and The Who‘s Roger Daltrey for versions of ‘I Shall Be Released’, ‘The Kids Are Alright’, and ‘Magic Bus’.

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The week’s charity concerts at the Royal Albert Hall in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust continue tonight with Alan Partridge hosting an evening of British comedy.

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