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One 2 Three Friday 12.1.24 Cancer Research fundraisers Chris & Bob Waters.

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Cancer Research fundraisers Chris & Bob Waters.
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Patrick Sherring

Regular listeners Chris and Bob Waters talked about fundraising for Cancer Research. This had begun when Bob was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin lymphoma in 1990. Involvement with the group in Harlow began for Chris as mutual support with others in similar positions. It has developed into something that Chris said, “I could not imagine life without”. Her fundraising has involved participating in many activities. She loves making and knitting all kinds of things that are sold regularly on a stall. Twice she has participated in the Race for Life. Over the years the group have raised more than £100,000. They both emphasised the importance of fundraising for research and that the treatment that Bob received had now improved for anyone diagnosed now. Chris also said that the treatment for Bob had meant they are parents of two more children, who with their older sister have all been involved with fundraising activities.

More information about the charity can be found at https://www.cancerresearchuk.org

This includes details of the 2024 Race for Life 3K, 5k and 10k events happening across the UK. You can get 50% off entry using code RACE24NY by 23:59 on 31st of January 2024.

Playlist

Lauren Diagle – These are the days – track from her self-titled Grammy nominated album. My Presenter Pick album of 2023.

Michelle Ward – What a wonderful world – great version of a classic song by our very own Michelle who presents on PhoenixFM weekdays 10 am – 1 pm.

Check out Michelle’s music on https://www.facebook.com/msmichelleward

Queen & David Bowie – Under pressure –  1981 UK no 1 and in two more countries. Top 10 in ten more. USA no 29.

Frankie Valli – Can’t take my eyes off of you – 1967 USA no 2.

George McCrae – Rock your baby – 1974 no 1 UK, USA and 12 more countries. Global sales of over eleven million.

Birthdays competition.

Seekers – Some day one day.  – Athol Guy was the double bass player in the Seekers who sold over 50 million records during the 1960s. Athol is 84 years old.

Bangles – Manic Monday – Vicki Peterson has been lead guitarist for the Bangles since 1981. The recently celebrated her 66th birthday.

Doors – Light my fire – Robby Krieger is guitarist and was a founding member of the Doors in 1965. He is 78 years old.

It was great to have regular participants in the competition Chris and Bob  in the studio. We also heard from Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone. The winner was with points three points was Chris in the studio.

Patrick requested any song by ABBA, his favourite group. We heard – Take a chance on me – 1978 UK, Belgium & Ireland no 1, Top 10 in 8 countries including USA no 8.

Bon Jovi – Living on a prayer. No 1 in USA & 3 more countries. UK no 4, Top 10 in8 ,ore countries. Global sales including downloads of over 6 million. In January 2023 the video passed one billion views on YouTube. The favourite track of studio guest Chris.

Chart this week in 1980

No 5 Tourists – I only want to be with you – UK no 4, Australia no6, Ireland no 13.

No 9 Police – Walking on the moon – No 1 UK & Ireland. From the album – Regatta de blanc – No 359 in the Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time. UK no 1 and a million seller. USA no 25 also selling a million.

No 14 Madness – My girl – UK & Ireland no 3. From the first album released by Madness – One step beyond –  UK no 2.

Climie Fisher – Love changes everything – 1988 Portugal no 1, UK no 2, Top 10 in 4 more countries. Ivor Norvello Award for best song of the year musically and lyrically. The favourite track of studio guest Bob.

Beach Boys – Friends – 1968 UK no 5, album of the same title UK no 25.

Jody & The Jerms – Joy – new release today.

Jon Batiste – Tell the truth – from the Grammy Awards album of the year 2023 and my Presenter Pick album 2022.

Next week my studio guest is Nick Alston from the Essex Community Foundation.

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One 2 Three Friday 12.1.24 Cancer Research fundraisers Chris & Bob Waters.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Cancer Research fundraisers Chris & Bob Waters.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Regular listeners Chris and Bob Waters talked about fundraising for Cancer Research. This had begun when Bob was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin lymphoma in 1990. Involvement with the group in Harlow began for Chris as mutual support with others in similar positions. It has developed into something that Chris said, “I could not imagine life without”. Her fundraising has involved participating in many activities. She loves making and knitting all kinds of things that are sold regularly on a stall. Twice she has participated in the Race for Life. Over the years the group have raised more than £100,000. They both emphasised the importance of fundraising for research and that the treatment that Bob received had now improved for anyone diagnosed now. Chris also said that the treatment for Bob had meant they are parents of two more children, who with their older sister have all been involved with fundraising activities.

More information about the charity can be found at https://www.cancerresearchuk.org

This includes details of the 2024 Race for Life 3K, 5k and 10k events happening across the UK. You can get 50% off entry using code RACE24NY by 23:59 on 31st of January 2024.

Playlist

Lauren Diagle – These are the days – track from her self-titled Grammy nominated album. My Presenter Pick album of 2023.

Michelle Ward – What a wonderful world – great version of a classic song by our very own Michelle who presents on PhoenixFM weekdays 10 am – 1 pm.

Check out Michelle’s music on https://www.facebook.com/msmichelleward

Queen & David Bowie – Under pressure –  1981 UK no 1 and in two more countries. Top 10 in ten more. USA no 29.

Frankie Valli – Can’t take my eyes off of you – 1967 USA no 2.

George McCrae – Rock your baby – 1974 no 1 UK, USA and 12 more countries. Global sales of over eleven million.

Birthdays competition.

Seekers – Some day one day.  – Athol Guy was the double bass player in the Seekers who sold over 50 million records during the 1960s. Athol is 84 years old.

Bangles – Manic Monday – Vicki Peterson has been lead guitarist for the Bangles since 1981. The recently celebrated her 66th birthday.

Doors – Light my fire – Robby Krieger is guitarist and was a founding member of the Doors in 1965. He is 78 years old.

It was great to have regular participants in the competition Chris and Bob  in the studio. We also heard from Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone. The winner was with points three points was Chris in the studio.

Patrick requested any song by ABBA, his favourite group. We heard – Take a chance on me – 1978 UK, Belgium & Ireland no 1, Top 10 in 8 countries including USA no 8.

Bon Jovi – Living on a prayer. No 1 in USA & 3 more countries. UK no 4, Top 10 in8 ,ore countries. Global sales including downloads of over 6 million. In January 2023 the video passed one billion views on YouTube. The favourite track of studio guest Chris.

Chart this week in 1980

No 5 Tourists – I only want to be with you – UK no 4, Australia no6, Ireland no 13.

No 9 Police – Walking on the moon – No 1 UK & Ireland. From the album – Regatta de blanc – No 359 in the Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time. UK no 1 and a million seller. USA no 25 also selling a million.

No 14 Madness – My girl – UK & Ireland no 3. From the first album released by Madness – One step beyond –  UK no 2.

Climie Fisher – Love changes everything – 1988 Portugal no 1, UK no 2, Top 10 in 4 more countries. Ivor Norvello Award for best song of the year musically and lyrically. The favourite track of studio guest Bob.

Beach Boys – Friends – 1968 UK no 5, album of the same title UK no 25.

Jody & The Jerms – Joy – new release today.

Jon Batiste – Tell the truth – from the Grammy Awards album of the year 2023 and my Presenter Pick album 2022.

Next week my studio guest is Nick Alston from the Essex Community Foundation.

For more information, click on the link below.

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One 2 Three Friday 12.1.24 Cancer Research fundraisers Chris & Bob Waters.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Cancer Research fundraisers Chris & Bob Waters.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Regular listeners Chris and Bob Waters talked about fundraising for Cancer Research. This had begun when Bob was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin lymphoma in 1990. Involvement with the group in Harlow began for Chris as mutual support with others in similar positions. It has developed into something that Chris said, “I could not imagine life without”. Her fundraising has involved participating in many activities. She loves making and knitting all kinds of things that are sold regularly on a stall. Twice she has participated in the Race for Life. Over the years the group have raised more than £100,000. They both emphasised the importance of fundraising for research and that the treatment that Bob received had now improved for anyone diagnosed now. Chris also said that the treatment for Bob had meant they are parents of two more children, who with their older sister have all been involved with fundraising activities.

More information about the charity can be found at https://www.cancerresearchuk.org

This includes details of the 2024 Race for Life 3K, 5k and 10k events happening across the UK. You can get 50% off entry using code RACE24NY by 23:59 on 31st of January 2024.

Playlist

Lauren Diagle – These are the days – track from her self-titled Grammy nominated album. My Presenter Pick album of 2023.

Michelle Ward – What a wonderful world – great version of a classic song by our very own Michelle who presents on PhoenixFM weekdays 10 am – 1 pm.

Check out Michelle’s music on https://www.facebook.com/msmichelleward

Queen & David Bowie – Under pressure –  1981 UK no 1 and in two more countries. Top 10 in ten more. USA no 29.

Frankie Valli – Can’t take my eyes off of you – 1967 USA no 2.

George McCrae – Rock your baby – 1974 no 1 UK, USA and 12 more countries. Global sales of over eleven million.

Birthdays competition.

Seekers – Some day one day.  – Athol Guy was the double bass player in the Seekers who sold over 50 million records during the 1960s. Athol is 84 years old.

Bangles – Manic Monday – Vicki Peterson has been lead guitarist for the Bangles since 1981. The recently celebrated her 66th birthday.

Doors – Light my fire – Robby Krieger is guitarist and was a founding member of the Doors in 1965. He is 78 years old.

It was great to have regular participants in the competition Chris and Bob  in the studio. We also heard from Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone. The winner was with points three points was Chris in the studio.

Patrick requested any song by ABBA, his favourite group. We heard – Take a chance on me – 1978 UK, Belgium & Ireland no 1, Top 10 in 8 countries including USA no 8.

Bon Jovi – Living on a prayer. No 1 in USA & 3 more countries. UK no 4, Top 10 in8 ,ore countries. Global sales including downloads of over 6 million. In January 2023 the video passed one billion views on YouTube. The favourite track of studio guest Chris.

Chart this week in 1980

No 5 Tourists – I only want to be with you – UK no 4, Australia no6, Ireland no 13.

No 9 Police – Walking on the moon – No 1 UK & Ireland. From the album – Regatta de blanc – No 359 in the Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time. UK no 1 and a million seller. USA no 25 also selling a million.

No 14 Madness – My girl – UK & Ireland no 3. From the first album released by Madness – One step beyond –  UK no 2.

Climie Fisher – Love changes everything – 1988 Portugal no 1, UK no 2, Top 10 in 4 more countries. Ivor Norvello Award for best song of the year musically and lyrically. The favourite track of studio guest Bob.

Beach Boys – Friends – 1968 UK no 5, album of the same title UK no 25.

Jody & The Jerms – Joy – new release today.

Jon Batiste – Tell the truth – from the Grammy Awards album of the year 2023 and my Presenter Pick album 2022.

Next week my studio guest is Nick Alston from the Essex Community Foundation.

For more information, click on the link below.

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One 2 Three Friday 12.1.24 Cancer Research fundraisers Chris & Bob Waters.

P H O E N I X   P L A Y E R
Cancer Research fundraisers Chris & Bob Waters.
One 2 Three
Patrick Sherring

Regular listeners Chris and Bob Waters talked about fundraising for Cancer Research. This had begun when Bob was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin lymphoma in 1990. Involvement with the group in Harlow began for Chris as mutual support with others in similar positions. It has developed into something that Chris said, “I could not imagine life without”. Her fundraising has involved participating in many activities. She loves making and knitting all kinds of things that are sold regularly on a stall. Twice she has participated in the Race for Life. Over the years the group have raised more than £100,000. They both emphasised the importance of fundraising for research and that the treatment that Bob received had now improved for anyone diagnosed now. Chris also said that the treatment for Bob had meant they are parents of two more children, who with their older sister have all been involved with fundraising activities.

More information about the charity can be found at https://www.cancerresearchuk.org

This includes details of the 2024 Race for Life 3K, 5k and 10k events happening across the UK. You can get 50% off entry using code RACE24NY by 23:59 on 31st of January 2024.

Playlist

Lauren Diagle – These are the days – track from her self-titled Grammy nominated album. My Presenter Pick album of 2023.

Michelle Ward – What a wonderful world – great version of a classic song by our very own Michelle who presents on PhoenixFM weekdays 10 am – 1 pm.

Check out Michelle’s music on https://www.facebook.com/msmichelleward

Queen & David Bowie – Under pressure –  1981 UK no 1 and in two more countries. Top 10 in ten more. USA no 29.

Frankie Valli – Can’t take my eyes off of you – 1967 USA no 2.

George McCrae – Rock your baby – 1974 no 1 UK, USA and 12 more countries. Global sales of over eleven million.

Birthdays competition.

Seekers – Some day one day.  – Athol Guy was the double bass player in the Seekers who sold over 50 million records during the 1960s. Athol is 84 years old.

Bangles – Manic Monday – Vicki Peterson has been lead guitarist for the Bangles since 1981. The recently celebrated her 66th birthday.

Doors – Light my fire – Robby Krieger is guitarist and was a founding member of the Doors in 1965. He is 78 years old.

It was great to have regular participants in the competition Chris and Bob  in the studio. We also heard from Chris in Guildford and Patrick in Ingatestone. The winner was with points three points was Chris in the studio.

Patrick requested any song by ABBA, his favourite group. We heard – Take a chance on me – 1978 UK, Belgium & Ireland no 1, Top 10 in 8 countries including USA no 8.

Bon Jovi – Living on a prayer. No 1 in USA & 3 more countries. UK no 4, Top 10 in8 ,ore countries. Global sales including downloads of over 6 million. In January 2023 the video passed one billion views on YouTube. The favourite track of studio guest Chris.

Chart this week in 1980

No 5 Tourists – I only want to be with you – UK no 4, Australia no6, Ireland no 13.

No 9 Police – Walking on the moon – No 1 UK & Ireland. From the album – Regatta de blanc – No 359 in the Rolling Stone 500 Greatest albums of all time. UK no 1 and a million seller. USA no 25 also selling a million.

No 14 Madness – My girl – UK & Ireland no 3. From the first album released by Madness – One step beyond –  UK no 2.

Climie Fisher – Love changes everything – 1988 Portugal no 1, UK no 2, Top 10 in 4 more countries. Ivor Norvello Award for best song of the year musically and lyrically. The favourite track of studio guest Bob.

Beach Boys – Friends – 1968 UK no 5, album of the same title UK no 25.

Jody & The Jerms – Joy – new release today.

Jon Batiste – Tell the truth – from the Grammy Awards album of the year 2023 and my Presenter Pick album 2022.

Next week my studio guest is Nick Alston from the Essex Community Foundation.

For more information, click on the link below.

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