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Snow Patrol frontman Gary Lightbody is transforming words into actions with a £60,000 personal donation to six local charities.
The Bangor man says there will be more donations to follow with the announcement yesterday of the Lightbody Foundation.
They have been a massive help in connecting us with charities across the country. As a great man once said, ‘there is no them, there’s only us’.“The money will come from me.
We will not be asking for public donations ever, the people of NI give a lot to charity already, but we will at some point in the future be asking businesses that have done well in Northern Ireland to match our donations.“Our first round of donations are going to these wonderful charities. Everyone in the picture accompanying this post is from the Lightbody Foundation, the Community Foundation or the six charities.”Keep up-to-date with all the very latest news, what's on, sport and everything else in Belfast and beyond with the Belfast Live app.
Picture: Michael Cooper REPRO FREE 26/6/19: Snow PatrolÕs Gary Lightbody and Jonny Quinn returned to their alma mater, Campbell College Belfast, as Chief Guests for the CollegeÕs 2019 Speech Day.
Jonny, who found his love for drumming during his years at Campbell as a member of the College Pipe Band, was treated to a performance from the CollegeÕs current Pipes and Drums.
Gary, 43, will be making the personal donations to smaller and financially vulnerable charities across Northern Ireland and will not be fund raising from the public. We will not be asking for public donations ever, the people of Northern Ireland give a lot to charity already."But we will at some point in the future be asking businesses that have done well in Northern Ireland to match our donations."There is no remit.
It was even speculated that Lisa, who had been singing with ex-boyfriend Damien for over six years, left his tour to spend more time with Lightbody.
The talented 26-year-old from Co Meath joined new boyfriend Lightbody for her first public appearance since her professional split with Rice, at the open day of the Oh Yeah music centre in Belfast last Saturday.
Lightbody opened up with a new song, written backstage half an hour previously. The pair gave fans 'Some Surprise' with a magnificent version of the song from The Cake Sale album and Snow Patrol's Set The Fire To The Third Bar.
He has been featured in many publications including Q, gaining recognition as one of the best artists of the century.
Gary Lightbody - lead vocals rhythm guitar, piano Nathan Connolly - lead guitar, backing vocals Jonny Quinn - drums, percussion Tom Simpson - keyboard, samples Paul Wilson - bass guitar, backing vocals lightbody also writes most of the bands songs.Fans on Saturday, which included actor James Nesbitt, were also treated to a version of Teenage Kicks with Lightbody calling on Guy Varvey from Elbow to help with vocals.