An all-star line up of music legends have assembled to release a charity single, Angels of The Nation, out now.
Recorded remotely from home in the US and the UK, the artists that make up Kindred Spirit include Marcella Detroit, Tony Hadley, Jools Holland, Clem Burke, Glen Matlock, Steve Norman, Earl Slick, Josh Phillips, Elizabeth Westwood, Marion Fleetwood, Jennie Bellestar Matthias and Paul Mitchell came together in a moving performance to deliver a special tribute to both legendary music producer Steve Brown and the NHS.
Steve Brown’s producing credits included Elton John, Freddie Mercury, The Cult, Alison Moyet, ABC, The Manic Street Preachers, Wham others. Steve was magnanimous and always considering how his experiences could help others, leading him to set up many altruistic projects.
Steve’s last project was Angels Of The Nation with Paul Gilley, who with his son, James, created the appeal to gift the statues. Sadly, Steve’s untimely passing in early 2020 means that he did not get the chance to see it through, but his friends continued his work and the cover of Robbie Williams’ “Angels” is available now to download.
How To Support Angels Of The Nation Appeal
The release is in support of The Angels Of The Nation Appeal to provide grieving families with beautiful Angel statues as a poignant symbol of our gratitude for frontline workers who made the ultimate sacrifice. The white marble resin statues were designed by artist Lucianne Lassalle and are hand cast and hand finished in the UK.
Funds raised through the JustGiving page are to produce and distribute the statues; due to the huge support already, the appeal is expecting to exceed their target so surplus funds will be donated to NHS charities. All proceeds from the single will be donated to NHS Together (Registered Charity No: 1186569)
- For further details visit www.angelsofthenation.co.uk