Hawkwind Members Get Together For Tribute Concert

Nik Turner rounds up band to mark 20 years since Robert Calvert's death

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Hawkwind founder and space rock legend Nik Turner is holding memorial concert for fellow 70s band member Robert Calvert who died of a heart attack in 1988.

The 20 year memorial concert, taking place at Kings Hall in Herne Bay, Kent this Sunday (September 28), will see many past Hawkwind band members perform, including Adrian Shaw and Martin Griffin, Harvey Bainbridge, Steve Swindells, Alan Davey, Ron Tree and Jerry Richards.

Robert Calvert was best known for his part in co-writing Hawkwind’s biggest hit ‘Silver Machine’, which reached no.3 on the UK’s singles chart in 1972.

For more information about the tribute concert, and the fan convention which takes place the same day from 3pm, click here for: www.nikturner.com

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