Fundraising invitation as band releases debut charity single
A WEST Lancashire music group is inviting people to a fundraising event this weekend.
CD Music Academy, in Rufford, has unleashed the talent of a local children’s pop group, Kaleidoscope, who have launched their first single in aid of Make-A-Wish UK.
The group of six girls, aged eight to 11, are all vocal students at the academy. The group consists of Amy, eight, Phoebe, nine, Molly, 10, Maddy, 10, Milly, 11, and Keira, 11, who met when the children’s choir was set up.
They rehearse as a group twice a week and have a choreographer to help with their dance routine, ready for their Make A Wish release.
Voacal coach Caroline Darbyshire decided to write a song for the charity and give the children an experience they’d never had before of what it would be like to record and video in a studio.
All the money from the CDs, fundraising at local events, Spotify and iTunes sales from now until Christmas will be donated to Make-A-Wish UK.
The group hold their fundraising event at The Croft Social Club, 38, City Road, Walton, Liverpool this Saturday, October 6, from 7.15pm.
Admission is £5 on the door, plus raffle.
For more details, email email@example.com or visit www.cdmusic academy.co.uk