Presenters old and new join forces for disabled LFC fans

A Radio Clatterbridge presenter is coming together with a former colleague for disabled Liverpool football fans.

Steve Evans, who is compering the LFC Disabled Supporters' Association's Christmas dinner, has roped in another familiar voice to help with proceedings.

Drift's Dave Robinson and Barry Waring

Former Coffee Club host Dave Robinson will be performing in his duo Drift during the event at Anfield next month.

Together with musician Barry Waring, the pair will be playing a number of covers for the annual dinner which this year takes place inside Liverpool's new Main Stand.

The duo told listeners to Live From The Bridge that it will be the third time they have been invited to play at the event.

Dave, who left Radio Clatterbridge five years ago to pursue his singing career, came into the studio with Barry to talk about their music.

The pair also form part of Daywalker - a four-piece band which plays original music in venues across Merseyside.

Listeners heard tracks from both bands and lamented the loss of places to play brand new songs.

Dave also revealed how Daywalker is experimenting with playing gigs online.

The group have just completed their first live session on Facebook.

Daywalker plan to broadcast another gig on Facebook at 9pm on Monday 21st November 2016 and will play in person at the Zanzibar in Liverpool on Friday 9th December 2016.


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