Damage launched their highly anticipated comeback by putting on a sell-out gig at Jazz Cafe, Camden, over the weekend and we were not disappointed! Guests including Emma Bunton, Kele-le-Roc, Misha B, Alisha Dixon and Keith Lemon joined the party to show their support.
Damage came on stage at approximately 7.30pm, and sang all their hits including I Be Loving You, Still Loving You and the all time classic, Ghetto Romance. Soon to join them on stage was Emma Button, Kele-le-Roc and Alesha Dixon, who broke out into her trademark rap.
The party then moved to the Adelaide in Primrose Hill for the after-party. On arrival, guests were greeted with the renowned Tresor Paris cocktail, which went down a treat! There were also ten lucky Face book winners who got to meet and party with the reformed boy band who were also gifted with the newly created Children with AIDS Charity bracelet (CWAC) bracelet, designed by the boys themselves. On the celebrities arrival, they were also gifted
with a CWAC bracelet and photographed before they vanished to party!
The after party kicked off with music supplied by none other than legendary Choice FM DJ, Daddy Ernie who, coincidently, is Andrezs father. Daddy Ernie did what he does best by spinning some great classics, old skool, new skool and some anthems thrown in. The party continued into the early hours of the morning. With the damage and their friends and family toasting this momentous occasion. From start to finish the evening was great success and we look forward to Damage having the Christmas number one!
Tresor Paris is delighted to have Damage back. It has been a long time coming!
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