Rock Choir joins forces with Scottish BGT star Cammy Barnes to feature on charity single!
You can listen and download a copy of the single by clicking here!
On October 13, Cammy released a new live version of his emotional number 1 iTunes chart hit, Bonnie’s Song, inspired by his baby daughter. It’s hoped the single will raise much-needed funds for Nordoff and Robbins Music Therapy Scotland, with proceeds from sales of the single benefitting the UK’s largest music therapy charity, which supports thousands of people around the country.
The new single comes after a stunning surprise performance earlier this year, which saw 32-year-old Cammy and more than 100 members of Rock Choir come together on the steps of the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, wowing crowds with their live rendition of the song, which hit No.1 on the iTunes chart shortly after it was released in August.
Cammy says he is thrilled to be working with Rock Choir: “The first time I walked into the room and heard Rock Choir singing my wee girl’s song was really emotional for me. You can tell they put their heart and soul into learning all their parts and really connected with the song. I just knew I had to release it as a single because it was so special!
“The work Rock Choir do for charities up and down the UK really is nothing short of incredible, and they all have the most positive, fun attitude. I’m a lucky lad for getting to sing with them.”
Rock Choir Leader, Elaine Williamson comments:
“I am SO proud of all the Rock Choir Members that took part in this very special recording. The ‘Rockies’ who attended the recording represented every individual Rock Choir in Scotland. Rock Choir is well known for the once-in-a-lifetime opportunities it gives to its members, and this recording was no exception! It was such an uplifting and joyous afternoon with Cammy and a real privilege to be part of this amazing recording.”
Since she was born eight months ago, Bonnie has been inspiring her dad to chase his dreams, beginning with an audition for ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent earlier this year, which led to fans from around Scotland and beyond championing his unique sound. Initially impressing the judges with a stunning rendition of Drivers License by Olivia Rodrigo, Cammy, from Fife, progressed all the way through to the live semi-final of the popular talent series, wowing viewers at home with his captivating voice and guitar skills.
To listen to this wonderful song and make a donation to the worthwhile cause of Nordoff & Robbins Scotland by downloading the track – simply click on the following link by clicking here!