The Buggles To Reform In Aid Of Charity

A one off gig on 28th September to raise money for Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

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The Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability (RHN) are excited that The Buggles are to reform for a one off gig on 28th September, and that the proceeds of the show are going towards the running of the charity.

The RHN is a national medical charity providing assessment, rehabilitation treatment and care for adults with profound and complex disabilities caused by disease or damage to the brain or other parts of the nervous system.

Founder of the Buggles, Trevor Horn who also produced Robbie Williams’ album Reality Killed the Video Star, announced on his website that "The Buggles - along with some very special guest artists - will perform live on stage for one night only,"

The group are best known for their 1979 number one Video Killed The Radio Star which, two years later, was the first song to be played on MTV when it began broadcasting in the US.

To find out more about the RHN and the work that it does please visit our website at For more details of The Buggles gig please visit Trevor Horn's website.


August 13, 2010