BCT meet up with Dodgy

Dodgy with Paul Burgum and the guys from BCT AspireLast Friday BCT Aspire were kindly given some reduced rate tickets by the ARC in Stockton to see Dodgy, who in turn kindly gave up their time to meet up with BCT and the BCT Kids afterwards. 

Dodgy are an English power pop rock trio that rose to prominence during the Britpop era of the 1990s. They are best known for their hits “Staying Out for the Summer”, “If You’re Thinking of Me” and “Good Enough”. Luckily for Britpop lovers everywhere, Dodgy reformed and released a new album called “Stand Upright in a Cool Place” on 20th February 2012, which the Guardian deemed “a musical reunion worth celebrating”.


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So, of course BCT were excited when they were offered gig tickets and even more excited that the BCT Kids were given a chance to be involved with the band first hand because Dodgy have asked BCT Kids to make and star in the video for their next new single “Wagon Wheel” which is a massive opportunity to say the very least!!

Dodgy described BCT Aspire’s Manager Paul Burgum as “one hell of an inspirational guy” and were even more impressed by his upcoming Big Walk from Monte Carlo all the way back to Stockton with nothing but the bag on his back to raise awareness for homeless people “Blimey”!

So I think huge congratulations are in order for the BCT Kids who were offered this amazing opportunity and a great big good luck to them to create a music video that they and everyone in Billingham can be proud of!

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