Back our boys and sing for Eng­land

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Front Page -

THE KM Group’s Song for Eng­land com­pe­ti­tion is be­ing backed by top DJ Dave Berry. The 32-year-old, who hosts the break­fast show on Xfm, is urg­ing peo­ple to send in their an­thems back­ing our boys in South Africa. We’ve teamed-up with com­pe­ti­tion spon­sor Kent Adult Ed­u­ca­tion and Demelza hospice care for chil­dren in our mis­sion to find Kent’s num­ber one foot­ball song. We’re en­cour­ag­ing mu­si­cians of all tal­ents to record their an­thems and stand a chance of win­ning a pro­fes­sional record­ing ses­sion and a mu­sic video. These songs will be short­listed be­fore read­ers of KM Group news­pa­pers and lis­ten­ers of kmfm can text vote for their favourite. Dave, who is en­gaged to Heidi from the Sugababes, got in­volved with Demelza in 2007 through his love of Charl­ton Ath­letic. He met rep­re­sen­ta­tives from the char­ity at the club’s Christ­mas party and jumped at the chance of be­ing a pa­tron. He says peo­ple should get in­volved be­cause the prof­its from the text vot­ing go to Demelza and the song may pro­pel its cre­ators to star­dom. Dave doubts whether Heidi will fancy a bash at en­ter­ing as she is too busy with other work – and “doesn’t know any­thing about foot­ball”.

To find out more about en­ter­ing Kent’s Song for Eng­land, see page 33.

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