ANOTHER (K)night TO REMEMBER
 
Artist Various artists (featuring Mark Knopfler)
Release date 2013
Recording The Sage, Gateshead, UK, 18th February 2013
Format 1DVD
Label Mawson & Wareham
Cat.no. MWMDVD110
Tracks
  1. Introduction from Paul Gascoigne
  2. When you walk in the room
  3. Alan Shearer
  4. Mr. Wonderful
  5. Don't stop believing
  6. Guard yer men weel
  7. Brendan Healy
  8. Tim Healy
  9. Alf Ramsay was my grandfather part 1
  10. All the time in the world
  11. A very good year
  12. Alistair McGowan
  13. I dreamed a dream
  14. Barcelona
  15. Andre Villas-Boas
  16. The winner takes it all
  17. Stuart Pearce
  18. Nessun Dorma
  19. Alf Ramsay was my grandfather part 2
  20. Run for home
  21. Alan Pardew
  22. Steve Harper & Shola Ameobi
  23. Try a little tenderness
  24. Local hero
  25. Land of hope and glory
  26. Credits
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Additional comments When the Sir Bobby Robson 80th Birthday Celebration event at the Sage Gateshead was announced late in 2012, the tickets sold out in 24 hours. By the time the concert took place on 18th February 2013, excitement was at fever pitch. Local heroes Mark Knopfler and Joe McElderry shared the stage with footballing celebrities Andre Villas-Boas, Alan Pardew, Steve Harper, Shola Ameobi and Stuart Pearce. Also performing were soul-queen Ruby Turner, kings of comedy Brendan Healy and Alastair McGowan, the Voice Russell Watson and teenage sensation Faryl Smith, Maximo Park's Paul Smith and Gomez's Ben Ottewell. Darlings of the folk world The Unthanks, rootsy quartet The Cornshed Sisters and the sassy Scarlet Street all performed and the actors from 'Alf Ramsay Knew My Grandfather' completed the bill. All was held together by revered sports presenter Jim Rosenthal and Lindisfarne's Billy Mitchell assisted by The Boot Boy Band and Northern Sinfonia. The many memories of Sir Bobby were emotional and sometimes hilarious, the music was drawn from Sir Bobby's personal Desert Island Discs choices and the testimonials from Sir Alex Ferguson, Alan Shearer, Paul Gascoigne and Roy Hodgson were respectful and inspirational.

Mark Knopfler came on stage with Ruby Turner for Ruby's rendition of the classic Try a little tenderness and then joined with the house band to perform Going home.