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Awards & Achievements

Rock Choir has won 3 Guinness World Records and is now the largest in the world with 31,000 Members taking part each week.

Guinness World Records

⭐ The Largest Musical Act to Release an Album (signed)
⭐ The Biggest Hit Act in the UK
⭐ The Largest Song and Dance Routine held at Multiple Venues

Rock Choir is awarded with the Red Ribbon ‘Big Heart Award’ from the ‘Family Business Place’ recognising Rock Choir as intrinsically generous and passionate about volunteering, fundraising and having an impact on the local community.

Decca/Universal signed Rock Choir to a 4-album record deal in 2009 and ‘Rock Choir Volume 1’ reached the top twenty in 2010.

 

Rock Choir was the subject of the hugely popular 2011 ITV1 Documentary series, ‘The Choir That Rocks’ following their journey whilst leading Rock Choir Members to a land-mark show at London’s Wembley Arena.

ITV

“Rock Choir founder Caroline Redman Lusher led her flock into Wembley Arena for the big performance which, by sheer force of feel-good will, booted non-believers into touch and sold the Rock Choir dream as the harmonious embodiment of the Big Society ideal.”
Excerpt from Metro article, 30 June 2011

“Rock Choir has become the biggest National Cultural Movement of the decade”
– Sunday Times Magazine. May 2015

Live Events

Rock Choir Founder, Caroline Redman Lusher and the Rock Choir Vocal Group opened the 2018 and 2019 BBC’s Proms in the Park hosted by Michael Ball live on Radio 2.

She and her team, accompanied by the BBC Concert Orchestra, entertained the 40,000-strong audience with a feel-good selection of songs.

In 2018 then instigated London’s largest ever Flash Mob with over 10,000 Rock Choir Members secretly positioned amongst the audience singing and dancing on Caroline’s cue.

TV & Radio

Rock Choir and Founder Caroline Redman Lusher have appeared in many TV and Radio shows including BBC TV’s ‘The One Show’, ‘Breakfast’, ‘Street Auction’ and ‘Trust Me I’m a Doctor’, ITV’s ‘Good Morning Britain’, ‘This Morning’, ‘Grantchester’, ‘The Paul O’Grady Show’ and ‘The Alan Titchmarsh Show’ also ‘Sky News’, America’s ‘CBS Morning Show’ plus BBC Radio 2’s ‘Chris Evans Breakfast Show’, ‘Steve Wright in the Afternoon’, ‘The Michael Ball Show’, Michael Ball Show at The Savoy Theatre for Children In Need, The Claudia Winkleman Christmas Show ‘Good Morning Sunday’ and BBC1’s ‘Live Lounge’, Scala Radio, Magic Radio and Heart with Jamie Theakston & Amanda Holden. BBC Radio 2 Proms in the Park 2018 & 2019.

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