Nov 14 2012 by Michael Pringle, Airdrie & Coatbridge Advertiser
The organisers of a Coatbridge alternative and indie club night are putting on a gig to raise cash for Albion Rovers Football Club.
Time for Heroes organisers Alasdair McDougall and Sam Tennant, who are both Rovers fans, decided to help out their beloved cash-strapped club and have arranged the event for Saturday, November 17 at The Function Room, Centre Point in Main Street, Coatbridge.
Four local bands have been chosen as part of the line up to entertain the fans.
On the bill are: Kasule – the electronic outfit named after former Rovers stalwart Vic Kasule; Feet of Clay who are earning a reputation as a great live act; singer and songwriter Raymond Meade – the son of Rovers’ finance director Frank Meade and Gav Prentice.
The night will kick-off at 7pm with the final whistle sounding at 1am.
Tickets are priced at £5 with all proceeds going to the club. For more information log onto www.facebook.com/time forheroescoatbridge