RICHARD and Adam Johnson have been confirmed as headline act for a concert in aid of flood victims.
The Leader is keeping a day-to-day diary of the Holywell duo’s movements this week as they target the top of the charts with their new album, Richard and Adam The Christmas Album.
The brothers, who have found fame since finishing third on this year’s Britain’s Got Talent, were yesterday confirmed as the main act for the show that will raise money for the Rhyl Town Mayor’s Flood Relief Fund after high water and storms battered the Denbighshire town earlier this month.
Adam, 20, said after hearing about the devastating floods which affected hundreds of people, they wanted to do something to help.
He said: “It’s was deeply saddening to see the news coverage but it’s the personal stories that show the real effect of the disaster, and that made us feel that we needed to do something to help.”
The pair are said to have “worked against the clock” along with Denbighshire Council, to prepare for Saturday’s showdown.
The event will take place at Rhyl Town Hall from 7pm and tickets are £10 and are available from Rhyl Tourist Information Centre, on 01745 355068.
Confirmation of the appearance came as the singing siblings’ Christmas single hit the shelves yesterday. The pair sent out a message to fans in hope they will support them and buy the new single, I Saw Three Ships.