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Royal Gospel Gala


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Introduced by Alvin Stardust with Gary Byrd , Mike Read Sheila Walsh , Lon Satton Top gospel artists gave a concert last week at
London's Royal Albert Hall in the presence of HRH The Princess Anne to raise money for The Save the Children Fund.
The artists, who donated their services for the cause, were supported by a 200-strong united British gospel choir - Voices of the UK Artists: Philip Bailey
Steve Camp , Jess Conrad with ST PHILIP 'S CHOIR,
Chris Corcoran , Helen Gelzer David Grant , Steve Green Davy Jones with the cast of Godspell Julian Lloyd Webber
Paul Nicholas , Jimmy Ruffin Russ Taff , Marti Webb and Deniece Williams
Assistant producer ANN RICHARDSON Producer jim MURRAY


Introduced By: Alvin Stardust
Unknown: Gary Byrd
Unknown: Mike Read
Unknown: Sheila Walsh
Unknown: Lon Satton
Unknown: Albert Hall
Artists: Philip Bailey
Artists: Steve Camp
Artists: Jess Conrad
Unknown: St Philip
Unknown: Chris Corcoran
Unknown: Helen Gelzer
Unknown: David Grant
Unknown: Steve Green
Unknown: Davy Jones
Unknown: Julian Lloyd Webber
Unknown: Paul Nicholas
Unknown: Jimmy Ruffin
Unknown: Russ Taff
Unknown: Marti Webb
Producer: Ann Richardson
Producer: Jim Murray

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