Squeeze played an exclusive acoustic set at the Street Food Union in Rupert Street, Soho, to raise awareness and funds for the charity For Jimmy, set up after the tragic death of Jimmy Mizen 10 years ago.
For Jimmy is the official charity of ONBLackheath, the end-of-summer festival which will return on September 8 and 9, with Squeeze headlining.
The charity was set up following the death of 16 year-old Jimmy Mizen.
For more information visit http://onblackheath.com/
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