Hi everyone, so we’re half way through and I thought you’d like a roundup of the first 12 days of this years advent calendar with details of all the goodies we’ve uploaded to share, as well as contributions from other fans, we also have some great prizes to give away. We’ve made the competition entry on twitter for ease, but if you want to email your entry to us then you can – just say which days prizes you want to enter in an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
There are some really rare videos not seen in recent years, Day 5 in particular is worth a watch!
Enjoy the next 12 days!
Rare Dave Stewart And The Spiritual Cowboys Video, Rock This Town Magazine from 1989, A Platinum Weird untouched photo gallery, Brendan’s Why doll and a Superheavy deluxe CD to give away.
BBC 2 Diva 2 Documentary with Annie Lennox, Smash Hits Australia Magazine, Cups & Mugs Memorabilia Gallery Brendan’s Little Bird Doll and a copy of Joss Stone’s LP1 on CD to give away.
Juke Box Jury featuring Eurythmics video, Melody Maker frim 1983, Eurythmics Live in 1984 Gallery, Brendan’s Peace dolls and a set of Ghost The Musical promo postcards to give away.
2 rare TV adverts, Musician Magazine with Dave Stewart, Live photos of Tourists at Hammersmith in 1980, Brendan’s Live In Central Park doll and a ltd edition postcard pack and CD of the Superheavy album to give away.
Eurythmics live TV performance in Stockholm 1984, International Musician and Recording world Magazine, Eurythmics Live in Hull 1982 Gallery, Brendan’s Waiting In Vain doll and a set of A3 convention prints to give away.
Eurythmics live TV performance in Stockholm 1984, Musik Express 1986 German magazine, a Brit Awards 1999 photo gallery, Brendan’s Annie Lennox Precious Doll and a copy of Dave Stewart’s The Blackbird Diaries CD to give away.
The Mix TV feature on Eurythmics, Oor Magazine featuring Euryuthmics from 1984, Platinum Weird memorabilia gallery Brendan’s Doll Gallery and a copy of the rare Corroncho CD featuring Annie Lennox to give away.
The Mix TV feature on Eurythmics, Scene Magazine featuring Eurythmics from 1984, A Princes Trust Annie Lennox photo gallery from 2006, Brendan’s I Need A Man Doll and a set of Superheavy promotional postcards to give away.
Dave Stewart Anxious records documentary, Rolling Stone 1989 Magazine featuring Annie Lennox in Russia, a memorabilia gallery, Brendan’s Sisters Are Doing it Doll and a copy of the Superheavy album on vinyl in a fabulous gatefold sleeve to give away.
All you need is love documentary featuring Dave Stewart and Tom Jones, 1985 Oor Magazine with Annie on the cover, a rare set of photos of SUP performing at The Paradiso in Netherlands, brendan’s Sweet Dreams dolls and a set of A3 convention prints to give away.
All you need is love documentary featuring Dave Stewart and Tom Jones, Pop Rocky magazine from Germany in 1986, A gallery of fan club merchandise Brendan’s Here Comes The Rain again doll and a set of promotional Ghost The Musical postcards to give away.
Music Box Documentary on Eurythmics, The Guitarist Magazine featuring Dave Stewart, a Fanclub photo gallery which also features a rare Tourists signed photo, Brendan’s love Is A Stranger doll and a copy of the fantastic recent D2 magazine from Norway with an 8 page spread on Annie Lennox
Could you also take 1 moment to read the following about Joss Parkes. My good friends lost their son Joss at the beginning of the year to a brain tumour. Many of you may recall this video http://youtu.be/y-ZcJEt0b4o I shared with you over a year ago of Joss playing drums.
Joss was the longest known child survivor of a brainstem glioma. He was given just weeks to live in 2005. Joss’s parents with the help of complementary therapies, prayer and maybe a fair degree of luck, managed to give Joss a happy fulfilled life for nearly another six years.
I am proud to be a trustee of a new charity called Joss Searchlight set up in Joss’s name, with the aim of supporting children and families where a brain tumour has been diagnosed.
In these difficult financial times, fund raising is hard. If you are moved by Joss’s story, and feel you can help, we’d be grateful for a donation or a small purchase from our website at www.jossparkessearchlight.org.uk