Lynden David Hall Memorial
Ms Dynamite to perform at the London ceremony to raise money for charity
When Lynden David Hall died in February this year from a rare form of cancer, the country lost one of its most promising young vocal talents.
A singer, songwriter and producer from Wandsworth, south London, Lynden rose to fame after winning the MOBO for best newcomer at the 1998 awards. He produced three critically acclaimed albums and appeared in the film Love Actually before being diagnosed with Hodgkins lymphoma in October 2003. Aged just 31, he tragically died this year from complications following a stem cell transplant he received in 2005.
But before he passed away, Lynden set up the charity Lyndens Wish to help raise money for the similarly afflicted, working with the African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust (ACLT).
Now Lyndens Wish and ACLT would like to invite you to a memorial celebration in honour of Lynden David Hall at the Kensington Roof Gardens in London on Tuesday May 23. Live performances on the night will include Ms Dynamite and Bev Tawiah and DJs Ronnie Herel and Manny Norte will be spinning. All proceeds from the night will go to ACLT. Tickets, at 25, can be bought from ticketweb.co.uk.