The notion of a rock star is often synonymous with glitz and glamour and all the luxuries life can offer, and the evening of March 29th 2017 was no different.
Outside the serene and sophisticated Sanderson London hotel, just off Oxford Street and a mere ten minute walk from some of London’s sights such as the Palladium and the British Museum, Rolls Royce revealed the first of nine Wraith models in the ‘Inspired by British Music” collection.
In attendance were British rock n’ roll hall of famers which included Roger Daltrey CBE of The Who, Sir Ray Davies of The Kinks, Francis Rossi OBE of Status Quo and Nick Mason of Pink Floyd and a plethora of other huge names within British rock n’ roll.
Each car in the ‘Inspired by British Music’ has been created in collaboration with, and to celebrate, the career of some of Britain’s most beloved singers and songwriters. The cars were presented outside Sanderson London by the artists who created them in partnership with Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.
Ever the philanthropists, a portion of each of the car’s values will be donated to charities of each musician’s choice, one of which is the Teenage Cancer Trust.
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