We catch up with the Trinity 2 organisers about the prog rock charity event
Ahead of the Trinity 2 prog rock charity event in Leamington Spa this May, Prog chats with the organisers, Ghost Community’s Matt Cohen and Touchstone’s Paul ‘Moo’ Moorghen, to hear more
On Saturday May 27 some of the UK’s best-loved prog talents will converge on the beautiful art-deco venue of The Assembly in Leamington Spa. Trinity 2 will be an evening of live music headlined by John Mitchell’s Lonely Robot, and more prog-centric fun in support of Cancer Research UK, Teenage Cancer Trust and Macmillan Cancer Support.
It’s the belated follow-up to the first Trinity show back in May 2014, a real homegrown success story which saw Arena, The Reasoning, Touchstone, Magenta and other prog notables raise £9,000 for cancer charities. This year Prog is proudly getting behind this very special and worthwhile event.
For the second time old friends Matt Cohen – formerly of The Reasoning, now leader of Ghost Community – and Touchstone bassist Paul ‘Moo’ Moorghen have been thrust into the role of organisers, so we caught up with them to get the skinny on that first show, and for a peak at what’s in store for those who are up for a Saturday night of good music for a great cause. Tickets for Trinity 2 are available now through their website, trinitylive.co.uk.