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Goth Legends Red Lorry Yellow Lorry Back Leeds Musician's Fundraising DVD In Aid Of Fibromyalgia Support Group

Tuesday 3 November 2020


From UK newspaper the Yorkshire Evening Post:


Martin Aylward
Martin Aylward

Goth legends Red Lorry Yellow Lorry back Leeds musician's fundraising DVD in aid of Fibromyalgia support group

Red Lorry Yellow Lorry are among a string of bands featured on a new music DVD compiled by a Leeds musician during lockdown to raise funds for a Fibromyalgia support group.

By Mark Lavery
Sunday 25th October 2020
©JPIMedia Publishing Ltd. All rights reserved.

The band, which formed in Leeds in 1981, have donated a promotional video of their new studio track A Piece of My Mind for use on the DVD compiled by Martin Aylward.

Mr Aylward, 50, is the drummer in Leeds-based post punk group Expelaires, which formed in 1978.

Expelaires former keyboard player Craig Adams went on to play with The Sisters of Mercy, The Mission, The Cult and The Alarm.

And current Expelaires lead guitarist David 'Wolfie' Wolfenden has also played with Red Lorry Yellow Lorry and The Mission.

Mr Aylward has been fundraising for Fibromyalgia charities for four years to support a number of his friends who suffer from the incurable condition that causes pain all over the body.

He has compiled a collection of rarities and live videos by 40 bands including Salvation, Skeletal Family, Expelaires, Red Lorry Yellow Lorry, Crazyhead, Spear Of Destiny, Chameleons Vox, Dave Sharp, Theatre Of Hate, TV Smith and many more.

Mr Aylward said: "I've always seen music as a form of therapy and a chance to help give a voice to the fight against Fibromylgia was an easy decision to make."


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