A Doncaster singer/songwriter is set to perform in front of his biggest audience to date in Manchester this weekend.
John Lennon McCullagh, 15, of Cantley has been invited to sing at a TUC rally in Manchester which is expected to attract some 50,000 people.
Earlier this year, John signed with musical genius Alan McGee who has managed and championed successful acts such as Primal Scream, Oasis, and The Libertines.
Sunday’s march is against cuts, job losses and the increasing involvement of private healthcare companies in the NHS, as delegates gather for the first day of the Conservative Party annual conference in the city .
Neil Foster, Policy and Campaigns Officer for the Yorkshire and Humber TUC: “We’re expecting up to 50,000 people to march and attend at the rally – which is a large number for any gig. We’re delighted John Lennon McCullagh will be performing on the stage at this huge national demonstration and flying the flag for Yorkshire. It should be a great day where people can show their support for the NHS and I’m sure that John will captivate the huge crowd.”