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From Wikipedia: Lasting 14 seasons and 430 episodes, it ranks as the second longest running western series behind Gunsmoke and still continues to air in syndication, The show centers around the Cartwright family, who live in the area near Lake Tahoe, Nevada. Bonanza was considered an atypical western for its time, as the core of the storylines dealt less about the range but more with Ben and his three dissimilar sons, how they cared for one another, their neighbors, and just causes. Bonanza was a period drama that attempted to confront contemporary social issues. - link icon read more about Bonanza Bonanza on wikipedia (summary by Clipped).

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golly gallagher
Wednesday 23 April 2014 1:15PM London

hello , could you help us with this . its for a good cause

A Blues-Rock Benefit for Walter Trout at Shepherds Bush Empire

The international blues rock community comes together on Sunday 4 May to present a special benefit show in London for the blues-rock legend Walter Trout who is awaiting a liver transplant.

This special show features Roger Chapman, Otis Grand, Bernie Marsden, Ian Parker, Kim Simmons, Danny Bryant, Stevie Smith, Marcus Malone, Mitch Laddie, Lawrence Jones, and others to be announced along with The Flamingo Club All Stars House band featuring John O'Leary and Alan Glenn. Proceeds will go to towards the ailing icon's emergency liver transplant fund and his subsequent recuperation.

The goal of the evening is to pull together some great blues-rock musicians to help raise money and awareness of Walter Trout's current predicament. This year marked the 25th anniversary of his solo career, but he is currently fighting for his life. It is hoped that the event at Shepherds Bush will be well supported by musicians and fans alike as everyone in the music community come together to show their love for Walter and to help raise monies for himself and his Family.

Walter Trout recently confirmed the release of his new CD entitled -The Blues Came Callin'- which will be launched as planned on June 2 despite his continuing health issues.



Tickets are selling steadily for the benefit concert at London's Shepherds Bush Empire on May 4th, to aid American blues star Walter Trout and help fund a life-saving liver transplant.

The UK blues community has banded together to raise cash for the much loved guitar star, and NEWS JUST IN confirms that Walter's eldest son JON TROUT is flying to the UK to attend and play at the event. Jon Trout like his Father is a very talented performer and his presence there will mean so much to everyone.

A number of artists have been added to the bill since the initial Press Release was issued including vocalist Paul Cox, American Blues guitarist Marcus Malone; guitarist/singer Cherry Lee Mewis, guitarist Del Bromham and from Scandinavia Christina Skjolberg. Everybody is donating their time for free - since the initial announcement of the event rumours are rife as to the identity of possible last minute "surprise guests."

The gig on Sunday 4th May (May Day Bank Holiday weekend,) will see doors open at 6.45pm and kick off at 7.15pm and continue to 11.00pm.

Walter Trout should be out there this year celebrating his 25th year in blues music, and the release of his new album "The Blues Came Callin." It will be released on June 2 at his request, despite his continuing health issues. There is also an auto-biography and a documentary about his life and career in the works.


Doors 6.45pm. Tickets £17.50 advance £20.00 on the door

Box Office 0844 477 2000 (24 hours)



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David Allen
Thursday 1 May 2014 7:18AM

Has the Bonanza Channel closed. If so why?

caroline jensen
Thursday 1 May 2014 11:08AM

David Allen:
i enjoy hillbillies and sherlock holmes please bring it back pretty please

Thursday 1 May 2014 9:52PM

BONANZABONANZA is currently off the air from the Brierley Hill transmitter. This channel and the children's channel POP are only temporary channels till the launch of the local tv network gets up and running, then the two slots available will go to the local tv channel plus the ABC shopping channel it's rumoured.

Mike Davison
Monday 5 May 2014 11:41AM

Did a search on the local MUX (Emley Moor ch56). Only POP on 75 found, 64 now removed.

Ian MacDonald
Wednesday 7 May 2014 1:17AM

The Bonanza channel was terrific. its programing was miles better than London live and if that's an example of local tv then the sooner the powers that be realize what a good idea and format Bonanzabonanza is the sooner we can have it back. lets have Jackie Gleason in the Honeymooners, Phil Silvers as Bilko, The Munsters The Ghost and Mrs Muir or even Combat. there are loads of old shows worth a rerun.

Joseph Dodds
Wednesday 14 May 2014 3:26PM

Dear Sir/Madam. 14th May 2014.

I would be most grateful to learn what has happened to the excellent
Bonanza-Bonanza channel on Freeview 64. It just went off air without
any warning. I do really hope it returns , has so much scope to show
great things like Wagon Train, 77 Sunset Strip etc.
Joseph, Glasgow.

Wednesday 14 May 2014 4:15PM

Joseph Dodds: Bonanza - Bonanza was only broadcast as a temporary channel to fill in empty bandwidth in preparation for the launch of commercial services, I think the Chart show (67) replaced it.

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