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Caludon sixth formers support another worthy charity

 

Perfect Storm, a group from Caludon Castle School in Coventry, have been busy writing a charity single in aid of the Children’s Air Ambulance.

The group of six students are in Year 13 and the charity single is their final project for the Btec level 3 in Music. The students have been responsible for creating the track, promoting it and selling it.

The track will be available to download from iTunes, apple music and all other major platforms on April 5th. To mark the event, Perfect Storm will also be making their first live appearance at the Sphinx club in Coventry to perform their debut of ‘Keeping Hope Alive’ on April 5th at 7:30pm.

They will be performing an hour long set of cover songs, along with their charity single after their two amazing support acts: Andy Beglin and Kellimarie. Tickets are available from the music department of Caludon Castle School for just £4, or £6 on the door.

Perfect Storm wanted to help raise both awareness and money for the Children’s Air Ambulance, so they will be donating all of the proceeds from ticket and CD sales directly to the Children’s Air Ambulance.

Assistant Head teacher and course tutor Mr Stokes said, “This is the 11th charity single the schools’ Year 13 Music students have created and these students are well on track to beat the target I set them of raising £1,000.”

 

Click here to watch Perfect Storm’s music video of ‘Keeping Hope Alive’

 

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