THE Bay City Rollers are showing their support for The MoonWalk Scotland 2016, by allowing charity Walk the Walk to use the yet to be released single “Boomerang” as the backing music for their current radio adverts.
Starting this year from its historic new home, Holyrood Park, Sthousands of young walkers, women and men walk through the streets of Edinburgh at midnight on Saturday 11th June.
Wearing the charity’s trademark decorated bras, participants will raise money and awareness for breast cancer.
With this year’s “Swing your Tartan” MoonWalk theme, everyone really will be partying Scottish style. How apt then, that Scotland’s legendary tartan rockers, who have just performed sell out reunion gigs in Glasgow and Edinburgh, are supporting the iconic MoonWalk.
John McLaughlin, manager of The Bay City Rollers said: “We’re ecstatic to lend our support to such a fantastic charity, which has done so much great work over the years. My own wife Sharon has taken part in The MoonWalk Scotland herself, and I’ve seen what happens on the night at first hand. It’s a truly wonderful event.”
This year, breast cancer charity Walk the Walk is celebrating 20 years of Walking the Walk. Millions of pounds have already been granted towards groundbreaking research and to help those that have cancer in Scotland. The charity is not only dedicated to raising awareness and money for breast cancer causes, but is also passionate about encouraging women and men of all ages to set their own goal and to take more responsibility for their own well-being.
To sign up for The MoonWalk Scotland, either as a Walker or a Volunteer, go to www.walkthewalk.org