20/02/13 - The Alan Titchmarsh Show
On Wednesday 20th February the Rock Choir opened and closed the Alan Titchmarsh Show on ITV1. Founder Caroline Redman Lusher was introduced and interviewed before sweeping three members of the studio audience backstage to teach them a Rock Choir song and dance routine. 45 minutes later and all three audience members were happily singing and dancing to Ain't No Mountain High Enough at the end of the show!
18/02/13 - Sir Trevor McDonald announces new Ambassador for Missing People
Sir Trevor McDonald OBE, Patron of the charity Missing People, announced yesterday (Valentine’s Day Thursday 14 February) that Caroline Redman Lusher, founder of Rock Choir - the UK’s most popular contemporary choir - is to be the charity’s newest Ambassador, helping to bring missing children and vulnerable adults to safety.
Read the full article here
16/01/13 - The Next Women Business Magazine
Caroline Redman Lusher is the Founder & Director of Rock Choir, Britain’s biggest contemporary choir, which she founded in 2005 with the simple intention of encouraging people to sing.
From its humble beginnings – weekly singing lessons around the piano for students – Rock Choir has become a true phenomenon. It currently boasts 17,000 members in some 200 towns up and down the UK, several entries in the Guinness Book of World Records, and the dedication of 55 Rock Choir leaders, all music graduates, who are trained by Caroline to teach the Rock Choir repertoire in their local communities.
24/10/12 - BBC Radio 4's 'Woman's Hour'. 24th October 2012
Jenni Murray revisits the BBC Radio 4 Woman's Hour interview about Rock Choir and brings listeners up to date with all the members have done since the original wonderful interview. This piece really brings out the essence of Rock Choir - feelgood, fun, above board, heart warming and a safe place for anyone who joins in.
16/09/12 - The Sunday Times Sports Section
"One of the components of the pre-game show which Saracens laid on at Wembley was called Rock Choir. They looked great and sounded great, a delightful contrast to the usual diet of mimed electronic thunder you get at major sporting occasions. But the choir made one cardinal error. They failed to keep singing for the next 90 minutes and in their absence we had to endure some rugby"
21/06/12 - Worcester and Droitwich members appear on BBC Hereford and Worcester
Worcestershire Rock Choir Leader Helen Just talks to local BBC radio about choir, world records, charity, singing for fun and much more...
21/06/12 - Inspiring Young Lives (The Princes Trust)
The Rock Choir will be supporting The Prince's Trust with their annual gala shows, 3rd - 5th July, at the Grove Theatre, Dunstable.
20/06/12 - The Choir That Turns Ordinary Folk Into Stars (Derby Telegraph)
HUNDREDS of singers will be making their major theatre debut next month when they perform on the Derby Theatre stage.
20/06/12 - Choir Rocks Civic Night (Farnham Herald)
19/06/12 - Warrington members of Rock Choir set for world record attempt (Warrington Guardian)
A GROUP of singers from Warrington will take part in a world record attempt on Saturday.