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Toseland, CRASH auction VIP tickets to gig

While he may be better known for his abilities on a race track, many will also know MotoGP racer and double World Superbike Champion James Toseland for his skills on music stage.

Through his own band CRASH, James and band mates Paul Grant-Reason, Warren Odell and Gavin Hall, have played to large crowds around the world, including the United States, with a set list that includes Guns N Roses and Kings of Leon.

Now CRASH will be coming to Derby's entertainment venue, The Assembly Rooms, for a special charity concert on Saturday May 23rd ahead of the latest ViSK.com British Superbike round at nearby Donington Park – and you could be there as a VIP guest!

The concert is in aid of Riders for Health, with £2 of each ticket purchase going towards the charity. Tickets themselves cost £16.50, advance only, but an auction will also be held to earn superb VIP tickets to get a three-course pre-show dinner with the band, pre-show access to the concert hall during soundcheck, and an exclusive backstage tour.

In addition, Crash.net will have two free tickets to give away, complete with pre-show access to the concert hall during soundcheck and an exclusive backstage tour, in our latest fantastic competition.

CRASH will be supported by funk-rock band Funktion and acoustic singer David Wyatt. James Toseland and the band will be available for photos and autographs during the evening.

To join the auction or to purchase tickets, please visit www.tourmoto.co.uk


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numpties galore - Unregistered

May 08, 2009 10:12 PM

what a surprise, an article about James Toseland and the crucifiction begins. Admit it, you've been waiting weeks for this! Take a deep breath and realise the following... 1. Crash are a naff pub rock band and nothing more that play naff songs (I agree). 2. JT does it because it helps him relax. ALL riders have a passtime from racing, just JT's is more public. Does not affect his racing, same as Hayden's passtime doesn't affect his etc, or any other rider... 3. JT has more talent than you will EVER have 4. JT has more money than you will EVER have 5. JT has a stronger commitment to his job and has achieved more success than you EVER will. Jealousy, plain and simple. Get a life, JT has...

xyz - Unregistered

May 08, 2009 4:20 PM

You could also look at it another way... are you all good at your jobs? Do you think about and do your job 24-7? For JT to spend about three hours on stage, and take time to meet the people who support him, and for charity, isn't exactly a bad thing. It's not like he's getting wasted, followed by a 2 day hangover! I'm sure it would help if the Brits actually continued supporting him rather than being fairweather supporters. Many greats have struggled in GP, including Troy Bayliss, who you can't deny is a fantastic rider, like JT. James is still a world champion, twice in fact. We have no idea what any riders get up to when off the track, so give James a break! Cup half full people!!



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