SOLIHULL Pop Chorus are hoping to strike a chord with music lovers as they release a charity single in honour of Sheldon youngster Harry Moseley five years after his tragic death.
The Solihull-based community choir recorded three tracks at Abbey Road Studios in London just before Christmas.
After discussions with Harry’s mum Georgie it was decided to release one of the songs – a cover of Wings by Birdy – on iTunes with all proceeds going to Help Harry Help Others.
Georgie said the support of Solihull Pop Chorus meant the charity would be able to continue with its efforts to not only help find a cure for Brain Cancer, but also help children and their families who are affected by cancer:
Georgie said: “We are really humbled by the support of Solihull Pop Chorus.”
“The tribute to Harry is wonderful and the song has a real feel good factor to it.
“Their support will really have an impact on our Drop in Cancer Centre and the other services we provide to families affected.
“We cannot thank them enough.”
Choir director, Anya Small, said it was especially rewarding for Solihull Pop Chorus to support Help Harry Help Others.
She said: “We all get such buzz from the joy of singing but one of the most rewarding things we can do is support local good causes.
“Harry was such an inspiration to so many people and being able to support his charity is a privilege for us.”
Wings by Solihull Pop Chorus can be purchased from iTunes for £0.99 with all proceeds go straight to Help Harry Help Others.
As well as making a guest appearance at Harry’s Annual Charity Ball on April 1, the choir will perform at Birmingham’s Town Hall again on July 16, in their Big Heart Big Sound concert.
Tickets start are available from the Town Hall Symphony Hall Box Office online at www.thsh.co.uk or by calling 0121 780 3333.