The Australian soft rock duo of Graham Russell and Russell Hitchcock is slated to rock a benefit concert dubbed An Evening with Air Supply. It will be hosted by The Issa Trust Foundation at Couples Sans Souci in Tower Isle, St Mary, on June 24.
The occasion will be the inaugural ‘For the Children’ benefit concert, and Air Supply are foundation ambassadors.
Tessanne Chin and reggae singer Djani are also billed for the show.
“We are very excited that Air Supply has agreed to support the Issa Trust Foundation ‘For the Children’ concert to raise funds to improve Jamaica’s paediatric health care,” said Paul Issa, foundation chairman.“Proceeds raised from ‘An Evening with Air Supply’ will be donated to the St Ann hospital’s paediatric ward as we continue our mission to support paediatric health care in Jamaica through the ongoing provision of training, services and essential equipment.”
Hitchcock said he was thrilled to be on show and perform for their loyal fans.
“To be performing a show in support of the paediatric ward of the St Ann hospital is a great thrill forAir Supply, one of the highlights of our long career. We are hoping that people will respond to this very worthy cause and donate as much as they can to give much needed assistance to these beautiful children,”Russell added.
Air Supply is known for hits including I’m All Out of Love, Lost In Love and Making Love Out of Nothing at All.
Established in 2005, the Issa Trust Foundation is a non-profit organisation with a mission to build partnerships in the promotion of the well-being and development of the people of Jamaica.