Monthly Archive: December 2014
“How lovely it was to be singing a variety of Christmas songs and swing songs for the day patients of Wigan & Leigh Hospice.Thank you to all the patients who showed their appreciation today. The patients were joining in with the singing which was superb!”
“It is always a pleasure for me to meet the patients/staff/volunteers at the Hospice and to sing for everyone. As always the staff and volunteers do such a marvellous job and it was lovely to see the day patients applaud to show how much they appreciate the remarkable work everyone does there.”
A great evening at ‘The Cherry Tree’ Restaurant, Blackrod. Good atmosphere and a really enjoyable evening by all. “It was great to have people swaying in their seats and singing along with me to the epic songs of the Ratpack. Lovely restaurant 5* rating.
|Princes Trust Diamond Ball 2014 (Pictures)
I am honoured and delighted to have supported and performed at The Prince’s Trust Diamond Ball. St George’s Hall, Liverpool was spectacular with it’s beautiful layout! Great to have met and performed alongside Spandau Ballet’s very own and immensley talented Tony Hadley as well as tribute band The Other Guys. The evening was a massive success raising £90,000, which means so much in helping disadvantaged young people into work, training or education.
Thank you to everyone for your comments on the evening and since the event and to all the organisers, sponsors, staff, sound guys and also host Willie Miller who worked so hard to make it yet again such a successful evening.
NKH is a very rare life limiting genetic disorder that severely affects 1 in 60,000 new borns. Scott is delighted to continue his support to ‘Joseph’s Goal’ by donating further proceeds from his single ‘Stand Together’ which was written and produced by Scott to help in raising awareness of NKH. Joseph Kendrick is an inspirational 4 year old boy and has NKH. It is important that support and fundraising continues as ‘Joseph’s Goal’ is a charity set up to help raise awareness and funds to find a cure.
It is always a pleasure to perform for The Landing Craft Association. A lovely Christmas Event whereby people joined in with singing to songs from the swing genre and songs from a variety of musicals.