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Craig David

"I’m very happy to be part of Give a Gig Week... Music has transformed my life and I want all young people to have the chance to develop their musical creativity and achieve their ambitions."

Newton Faulkner

"Youth Music is an awesome charity doing amazing work with young people. I’m delighted to support this work and hope Give a Gig Week will help Youth Music reach out to more young people in need."

Pixie Lott

"Youth Music and I share a common interest in giving young musicians an opportunity to develop their musical creativity and talent. The charity does great work supporting young people who face difficult challenges in their lives."

The Wombats

"By being involved in Give a Gig, you will help Youth Music ensure even more young people get access to life-changing music-making."

Paul Oakenfold

"We love working with Youth Music. It’s a great cause, and we fully encourage everyone to support and donate to something that is so important."

Laura Mvula

"Give a Gig is a really good idea because it allows singers, musicians and venues to do what they're already doing for the benefit of a young person."

Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"Youth Music creates music-making opportunities for thousands who would otherwise miss out. That's why I'm supporting Give a Gig - so others can experience the joys of music as I've done."

Myleene Klass

"By putting on a Give a Gig event, however big or small it is, you'll be helping this great charity to change many young people's lives for the better."

Ollie Howell

"I know from personal experience how music can change lives and I want to help Youth Music in whatever way I can to bring music to more young people in a way that will transform their lives."

Alison Balsom

"Youth Music does great work helping young people to overcome the obstacles to developing their musical talent. That's why I'm supporting Give a Gig."

Julian Joseph

"I support Give a Gig because it's a great way to combine music with fundraising and because the money raised will help create more music-making opportunities for children and young people who might otherwise miss out."