MUSICAL TRIBUTE TO BEES KING JOTA
BRENTFORD star Jota’s red-hot form is the inspiration for a new single with all proceeds going to Prostate Cancer UK.
BBC London reporter Billy Reeves’ traditional end of season song has an extra sprinkling of stardust this year with Hard-Fi frontman Richard Archer and The Bluetones’ guitarist Adam Devlin on the track.
The trio have called themselves Grown Men In Tears and the song, ‘Welcome Home, King Jota’, can be downloaded for one week only for 79p.
Reeves said: “I was so pleased with my song that I decided to get two legit pop stars to play and sing on it. Both are Brentford FC season-ticket holders too.
“The tune is both a classic pop song and represents the erotic charge all football fans get (not just Brentford fans) when their favourite player takes defenders out with a run, a shimmy and a drop of the shoulder.”
You can download the track and help Prostate Cancer UK via www. twitter. com/TheBillyReeves