AN Eagles tribute band will be the headliners at a charity 70's revival night at Hogarths Stone Manor next month.

The Counterfeit Eagles will perform at the event on Saturday, November 12, in aid of Kidderminster-based Crackerjacks Children's Trust - who support children with disabilities and their families.

Ken Slater, the band's bass guitarist and manager, said: "The Counterfeit Eagles have been playing Eagles music in venues for more than six years and we have rave reviews from venue owners and audiences alike.

"We are pleased to be able to support such a wonderful causes as the Crackerjacks Children's Trust."

The band will be supported on the night by young singer/songwriter Matt Sayers.

Terry Bull, joint founder of Crackerjacks, added: "We very much appreciate the band and Matt taking the time out to raise funds for the trust within their busy schedule as they have bookings right through to December 2017.

"Funds raised from events like this help us to continue our work and support for children with disabilities and their families."

Tickets for the event are £10 and can be purchased by calling the trust on 0121 296 4427.