NHS Charity single available now!
Healthcare heroes from Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust choir are leading a national campaign to celebrate the NHS 70th anniversary celebrations and raise money for NHS Charities Together.
The Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Choir has recorded a special version of “With a Little Help from My Friends” – as shown in ITV’s prime-time documentary, “The Great NHS Singalong” on Wednesday 4 July. The song by “NHS Voices” is now available to download:
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The Beatles’ classic was recorded at the legendary Abbey Road studios, with Lewisham and Greenwich’s NHS choir supported by musical talent including Guy Garvey, Myleene Klass, Tony Hadley, Nile Rodgers, Rick Astley, Squeeze and Engelbert Humperdinck.
Choir leader and children’s community physiotherapist, Caroline Smith has been instrumental in getting the project off the ground, said: “It is so exciting to be working on a project that celebrates the NHS on this incredible anniversary. Recording with other NHS staff from around the UK - in such a special setting as Abbey Road - has been a real honour. The fact so many amazing musical heroes of ours gave up their time speaks volumes about how highly they regard the NHS and its staff.”
The video for the song, featuring the choir and musical stars, is available on YouTube.
Photos: Brian Rasic