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CONCERT PREVIEW Raise the Roof: Eugene Symphony season finale What: Music by composer in residence Michael Daugherty; Symphony No.
"Raise the Roof Day aims to help recycle the aging and rundown homes of the past and turn them into homes for the future," said HUD Secretary Andrew Cuomo.
And so, when he was asked to perform at Raise The Roof, Davis couldn't help but be reminded of one particular period from his past.
His band urged fans to "raise the roof for Keef " in the funeral procession from nearby Braintree.
The Raise The Roof Hull Homeless Project had raised over [pounds sterling]1,000 in order to book 14 twin rooms at the Royal Hotel, in Hull, for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
The project, dubbed Raise the Roof, will cost around PS28,000 and urgently needs to be completed to keep the 50-year-old building in one piece.
SINGERS will raise the roof in memory of a tenor who has passed away.
A CHURCH member kept shtum for seven days to help raise the roof on a 125-year-old church in Thornaby.
Little Mix fans will be able to enjoy all the band's big hits, such as Black Magic, Salute, DNA and Love Me Like You, and the show guarantees to raise the roof off the arena.
Louise Blackwell, community development officer for Clwyd Alyn said: "Staff from across the group have been involved in a host of fundraising events and activities as part of our 'Raise the Roof ' campaign, which currently supports the vital work of Cancer Research UK.
READER OFFER 12 December 2013 2 days from PS109 Join John Rutter as he brings together the beautiful voices of the choir and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to raise the roof of the Royal Albert Hall with a glittering selection of Christmas carols, choral pieces and orchestral work.
One of the organists Euros Evans said: "What better way to raise the roof on match day than some rousing hymns, classics and popular tunes played on our wonderful organ by some of Wales' finest organists."