A once-in-a-lifetime chance to own this magnificent Martin J18 guitar and, in the process, help underprivileged children in India.
Next year Bill Adair will be going to India to work with street children in Kerala, an area where there are over 200 slums and children have no access to arts education. His time will be spent on arts projects run by the charity GVI (www.gvi.co.uk) which enable children from difficult backgrounds to express themselves and develop self-confidence through music, storytelling, drama and creative writing. Although this is voluntary work and Bill is giving freely of his time, this project costs money. In order to meet some of these costs Bill is offering this beautiful Martin guitar as a prize in a Grand Prize Draw. All the proceeds from the draw will go to funding my work in India.
One of Bill’s prized guitars and named ‘Rory’ after blues guitarist Rory Block.
Solid Mahogany back and sides, spruce top, rosewood fingerboard, original chrome tuners with ebony buttons and fitted with a Fishman under saddle pick up.
This is a very rare guitar. Martin only produced 312 of this model and as there will only be 250 tickets available you have a great chance to own a piece of Martin history!
£10.00 per ticket
You can buy tickets directly from Bill, by post or by using Pay Pal (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The draw will take place on Sunday 4th October at the Ingleton Folk Weekend and the winner announced at the festival and on Bill’s website: www.billadair.net.
Don’t miss out on a great chance to own a Martin guitar and help street children in India.
Celtic Music Radio has no involvement with the running of this prize draw.