Famous musicians donate their instruments

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Famous musicians donate their instruments

The Vamps' lead guitarist, James McVey has lead a host of celebrities in donating his instrument to Ronnie Scott's Charitable Foundation as part of a scheme to support young people getting in to music.

This weekend, the iconic jazz bar is celebrating its 60th anniversary, and to mark the occasion, Londoners are being asked to join in and donate their instruments.

Simon Cooke from Ronnie Scott's and Fatine Boumaaz who runs the instrument amnesty, told Alicia Edwards more.

The amnesty will take place tomorrow at Ronnie Scotts Jazz Club in Soho from 10 am – 4pm. Instrument donors will receive a drinks token for the street party which starts at midday

Beneficiaries include, Nucleo Project in North Kensington, Tri-Borough Music Hub in Hammersmith and Wac Arts in Camden.

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