British music veteran and raconteur Simon Napier-Bell is coming to Australia to raise money for the Luncheon Club.
Best known as manager of The Yardbirds, Japan and Wham!, Napier-Bell also co-wrote Dusty Springfield’s first number one hit, You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me, which is the title of his first book.
“Like so many who have been touched by HIV/AIDS, Simon has a yarn or two to tell and doesn’t pull punches when he relays his stories of sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll from the 60s,” Luncheon Club founder Carole Ann King said.
Simon Napier-Bell will be hosting a party at the Zeta Bar in the Hilton Hotel on Thursday 1 November to aid the Luncheon Club. Entry is via a $25 donation and memorabilia will be sold on the night including a limited print of a signed John Lennon song manuscript donated by Yoko Ono.
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