Those who live to rock can bid for their own personalised bit of rock greatness with an auction in aid of the Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy charity.

Music fans can win radios signed by musicians spanning the generations, from 60s and 70s legends Bill Wyman, Ronnie Wood and Bruce Dickinson to names more synonymous with the 80s such as Annie Lennox, Marillion and Paul Weller. More modern music fans can opt for radios signed by Keane, Sandi Thom, The Feeling or Queens of the Stone Age.

Legendary music amplifier company Marshall teamed up with DAB digital radio maker Pure some months back in a collaboration that saw Pure selling special Marshall-branded versions of its Evoke-1XT digital radios.

Now, Marshall and Pure have roped in tens of the music legends that use Marshall amps to belt our their overblown hits, getting stars such as Paul Weller, Hawkwind, Alice Cooper and Oasis’ Gallagher brothers to sign the DAB radios. Music fans will be able to bid for the radio signed by their favourite rock star in an auction running online from 1 October.

Proceeds from the charity auction will go to Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy (see www.nordoff-robbins.org.uk). The charity auction is supported by and will be promoted by specialist digital music station Planet Rock.

For a full list of rock stars currently signed up for the Marshall Pure Evoke-XT1 DAB radio auction, go to www.rockstarradios.com.

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