Pete McKee celebrates 15 years of Teenage Cancer Trust concerts.

2015 marks the 25th anniversary of the first Teenage Cancer Trust unit opening and the 15th year of the charity’s legendary live shows at the Royal Albert Hall, curated by The Who front man and charity patron, Roger Daltrey CBE. To celebrate this, Pete McKee has created a series of screen prints of The Who, Paul Weller, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds and Stereophonics, who are all performing at this year’s fundraising concerts. Each print is limited to just 50 copies and are signed by the bands and Pete and will be sold with all proceeds going to Teenage Cancer Trust.

Here is what Pete said about the project. ‘Getting the chance to work with my musical heroes and an incredible charity is a fantastic opportunity and a great honour. I’ve worked with Noel on a few projects for Teenage Cancer Trust and it’s always fantastic to see the fans’ response to the posters. It’s amazing to see them getting snapped up in a matter of minutes!’

Each print will be priced at £120 and available the morning after each band has performed exclusively from, sold on a first come first served basis. Prints will be limited to one per customer and any multiple purchases will be refunded. The prints are available from the Pete McKee website only and not in person. The prints measure A2 in size.

Print sale dates:

Stereophonics - 24 March 10am
The Who - 27 March 10am
Paul Weller - 28 March 10am
Noel Gallagher - 29 March 10am

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