Sir Paul McCartney pledges support for charity album and remake of We All Stand Together
Singer Sir Paul McCartney has given the green light for a charity album to feature a choir version of his 1984 hit, We All Stand Together. Our very own Anstee Bridge Choir is collaborating on this album and will be rehearsing in September.
The album is a compilation of songs by ten significant choirs who all have a powerful message. From the Parrs Wood High School Harmony Group who performed with Ariana Grande at One Love Manchester, BGT Finalists 2017 the Missing People Choir, to the chart-topping Greenwich and Lewisham NHS Choir, all of the choirs will record with a well known artist who’s backing their cause. Other choirs featuring on the album include the Maggies Cancer Centre (West London) Choir, Games Maker Choir, UK Hospices Choir, Daniel Spargo-Mabbs Foundation Choir, Homelink Carers Choir.
Originally recorded by Sir Paul and the Frog Chorus, the song reached number three in the UK charts.
The album will officially hit shelves on 15 December, but is available for pre-order via www.pledgemusic.com/projects/choirswithpurpose
Support this worthy cause by pre-ordering your copy of the album and be part of a very special project. All profits from Stand Together album sales will be split equally between the choirs or their nominated charities.
For more information about the choir project, to go www.choirswithpurpose.com
Anstee Bridge is a project that helps young people aged 15-16 to build confidence and resilience and re-engage with education through creativity. You can find out more at ansteebridge.co.uk