James Kilbane and guests will appear in concert at the Royal Hotel, Roscommon town on Friday night the 21st September at 8 pm in support of the Sunflowers Chernobyl Appeal. The Sunflower Chernobyl Appeal charity is an Irish-based voluntary organisation dedicated to helping the Chernobyl Children who live on the contaminated land destroyed by the world’s worst nuclear disaster. Sunflower Chernobyl Appeal assists thousands of children affected by the disaster in orphanages, other institutions, sick children in the home and families who are in need of assistance there. It also assists voluntary workers of various professions who travel to Belarus to take part in Sunflower Chernobyl Appeal’s many projects that aim to improve the conditions of the Chernobyl Children and the families most suffering there. On Friday 21st of September Roscommon audiences can look forward to almost three hours of great music. James will be singing many of his popular songs along with material from his latest album ‘Life’s Miracle’. James is just back from performing in America where he performed several Gospel concerts, festivals, the United Nations and Nashville and now James is looking forward to returning to Roscommon. Away from the spotlight James has devoted much time and energy to working with many charity groups in Ireland and abroad. The night at the Royal Hotel with James and guests promises to be an enjoyable night of easy listening music from Gospel, Irish to Country, with something for all tastes. There will also be a super raffle on the night. Tickets are going fast and are available from The Royal Hotel reception at (090) 6626317, and charity representatives Jimmy Neary at (090) 6621013, Theresa Dolan (086) 0702394 or Mary Mangan in Athlone at (090) 6493280. Doors open at 7 pm and the concert event will start at 8 pm.