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Members put on a show for World Autism Acceptance Week

Save the date! Sunderland’s Pop Recs is to play host to our charity gig on Monday, 27th March. The gig is in aid of World Autism Acceptance Week and Give a Gig Week.
The concert will take place from 6 pm to 8 pm. Acts include our incredibly talented band, Garage Above and Youth Music groups.
Over the last few weeks, our musicians have been working with Mark Broughton, the recording engineer and mixer behind Sam Fender’s number-one album, Seventeen Going Under.
Mark recently joined the group on a trip to Blast Studios – a recording studio once used by Arctic Monkeys and Take That.
The group worked with Mark to perfect their set list for the event and even got the chance to record their original hit ‘Don’t Play This One Back’ which will be featured on Monday’s lineup.
The event is being funded by Youth Music as part of their Give a Gig Week which brings together artists, fans and local communities who want to equalise access to music for young people nationwide.
There’s no fixed ticket price for the event. Instead, all we ask is for people to ‘pay-as-you-feel’. Any money raised will help fund new experiences and opportunities for AutismAble members.

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