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Intouch : In Touch Issue 75
PJ gathered together the cream of the Australian entertainment crop at the State Theatre on 25 October for the Memory Lane Concert -- a fantastic night of song and dance, along with plenty of laughs. An audience of hundreds was treated to the talents of entertainment legend Rhonda Burchmore; the fabulous 'Candy Man' Wayne Scott Kermond; the divine Liza Minelli and Shirley Bassey courtesy of the very talented Trevor Ashley; the witty stand-up ventriloquist Darren Carr; the wonderful songstress Trisha Crowe; and the astonishingly adept and entertaining juggler Joel Salom. The ever-popular David Campbell finished off the night's stellar performances. PJ not only created the event, he also hosted it and opened the show with a song, and all the headline performers donated their time and talents. "The Memory Lane Concert was a wonderful way for PJ to honour his father and to help people with dementia and their families and carers," said The Hon. John Watkins, CEO of AlzNSW. "On behalf of all our members, I want to thank PJ and all the artists for donating their time and talents to help the more than 80,000 people with dementia in NSW, as well as and their families and carers." News www.alzheimers.org.au In touch Summer 2010 7 AlzNSW Ambassador PJ Lane's October concert honoured his father Don Lane, as well as raising awareness of dementia and funds for AlzNSW. Down memory lane PHOTOGRAPH: BLUEPRINT STUDIOS
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