You'll Never Walk Alone - Live at Fire Aid Concert - Stephen Lloyd-Morgan & The Fire Choir - released as Charity Single

You'll Never Walk Alone released as a charity single to aid the areas worst affected by the devastating fires in the Malaga Province of Spain in August 2012. All proceeds to The Red Cross.

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Marbella (PRWEB UK) 10 October 2012

“You’ll Never Walk Alone – Live at Fire Aid Concert - Stephen Lloyd-Morgan & The Fire Choir” released as a charity single on iTunes http://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/youll-never-walk-alone-nunca/id564226005, Amazon mp3, Spotify and all leading download stores. All proceeds from the single will be donated to The Red Cross Malaga Province as have all funds raised as a result of the FIRE AID CONCERT http://www.fireaidconcert.es

Video: http://youtu.be/cqbvAqMf8mI

Fire Aid Concert - You'll Never Walk Alone - At Hotel Puente Romano Marbella Spain on 10th September an Outstanding Success. Welsh Tenor Stephen Lloyd-Morgan Opens the Concert with a Poignant Rendition of You’ll Never Walk Alone. Concert Raises In Excess Of €18,000 For Red Cross Malaga Province. A Seven Day Achievement from Inception to Delivery of An International Variety Show to Help the Region and Specifically the Areas Worst Affected by Devastating Fires in the Malaga Province In late August 2012.

“The blackened mountainside along the AP-7 is a sore reminder of the fire that struck the Costa del Sol last summer, but Marbella recently pulled out all the stops, helping to raise over €18.000 for Red Cross Málaga at the Fire Aid You’ll Never Walk Alone concert.

The concert, organised by Maurice Boland and Nick Holland-Morgan, opened with a poignant rendition of You’ll Never Walk Alone by tenor Stephen Lloyd-Morgan, who was accompanied by Tania Rahmany (a ballet dancer from the Marbella Stage School) and the specially formed Fire Choir. The audience viewed a compilation of images from the tragic fires shown on large screens, rising to its feet as representatives from the Services came on stage. Donations can still be made to the Cruz Roja bank account at Unicaja: (Llamamiento FIRE AID CONCERT 2103 1001 50 0030002823).” – Essential Marbella Magazine – October 2012

Nick Holland-Morgan tells us, “I remain totally overwhelmed by the massive support kindly and generously offered; and especially a massive thank you to the over 150 volunteers & over 100 artists who all worked tirelessly, as this event simply would not have happened without them. In every respect, it truly was a concert by the people for the people.”

Additional Press Release http://www.prweb.com/releases/2012/9/prweb9899540.htm