The NHS is a gift to everyone in Britain, looking after us and always there.
The Covid19 pandemic has proved how essential they are and funding cuts need to be addressed. Stoke-on-Trent DJ, Terry Bossons wanted to thank them by the power of music. The rainbow has been the symbol of the NHS, so the song ‘Chasing Rainbows’ by Shed Seven is a fitting tribute. Terry asked Rick Witter of Shed Seven to get involved with the video project and without hesitation he jumped onboard. It’s a bit of fun for a serious cause, a lockdown video with a difference!
Next, a crescendo of indie music royalty joined the fold: Nigel Clark and Matthew Priest (Dodgy), Clint Boon (Inspiral Carpets), Gary Powell (The Libertines), John Power (Cast), Keith Mullin (The Farm), Chris Helme (Seahorses), Dave McCabe (The Zutons), Alan McGee (Creation Records), Baz (The Fratellis), Ryan & Jack Dooley (All The Young), Alfie (Holloways), Matt Bowman (Pigeon Detectives), Johnny Dean (Menswear), Leon Meya (Northern Uproar), James McColl (The Supernaturals), Rikki Turner (Paris Angels), Billy Bibby (Catfish and the Bottlemen) teamed up with radio royalty Mark Radcliffe and Eddy Temple-Morris (plus a few surprise guests) to make this happen in just seven days.
To donate to the UHNM (University Hospitals of The North Midlands Charity) to fund equipment, facilities and research to enhance the care of patients in hospital please click here: https://www.justgiving.com/fun
Every penny you donate will go to the NHS.
Also down load the original ‘Chasing Rainbows’ by Shed Seven to get it to #1
Thanks to Creation, Dan Townley, Mark Askew, Toura Toura, High Violet PR, b_creative_prints, Plug and play promo, everyone who sent in videos and photos. Speedomick, Paul Chuckle, Hacker and all the stars x.
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