HILLSBOROUGH TRAGEDY RELIEF
On April 15, 1989, at a soccer match in Liverpool, a free for all occurred when the gates to the soccer stadium opened crushing 96 people in the process. As the example set a few years earlier by Ferry Aid was a success, a quick organization of singers and musicians from the city of Liverpool formed to raise money for the victimized families of the tragedy. "Ferry 'Cross The Mercy", first popularized by Gerry & The Pacemakers is the adopted song of Liverpool and was used to raise the funds. Participating in the single were Gerry Marsden (the original singer of the hit) along with The Christians, Holly Johnson of Frankie Goes To Hollywood, and Paul McCartney. 1989.
see FERRY AID.
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