Rock veteran Mick Jones is hoping his high-profile gig at the upcoming Stone Roses reunion concerts will boost a campaign in aid of the victims of Britain's worst ever sporting disaster.
The former The Clash star hit the road last year (11) to play a series of shows to promote the Hillsborough Justice Campaign, which acts on behalf of those affected by the 1989 Hillsborough Disaster, when 96 soccer fans died in a horrific crush at a sports ground in Sheffield, England.
He will perform with The Justice Tonight Band at one of the Stone Roses' three comeback shows in Manchester, England this summer (12) - and he hopes playing to such a huge crowd will cause a surge of interest in the campaign.
Jones tells NME magazine, "It's just great to be involved in such a massive event - it fires up the interest in the campaign again."