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'Anything Is Possible' EP Released 

August 9, 2019

Anything Is Possible features a collection of my sport and education inspired tracks, previously released as singles. With the 2020 Paralympic games fast approaching, there's no better time to celebrate some of the incredible athletes and sports that will be making an appearance in Tokyo next year! Profits from downloads and streams of these tracks continue to go to the various charities or development programmes described below, so please continue to support!

'Never Gone' Released in support of the elena baltacha foundation

July 3, 2017

Having grown up competing in many of the same junior tennis tournaments as Elena, this song is my tribute to one of Britain's favourite tennis players, who sadly passed away in 2014. The Elena Baltacha Foundation was set up to reach out to children from all backgrounds across the UK to fulfil Bally’s wish of getting more children playing the sport to which she dedicated her life.

Please download this track to help support their incredible work and you can find out more about what they do here:

http://elenabaltachafoundation.org/ 

'Give It A Go' Recorded for PiXL

May 11, 2017

I was recently asked to write a motivational anthem for the schools and students who are part of 'The PiXL Club'. My song 'Give It A Go' was part of a wider initiative to help inspire and prepare students to perform to their best during the exam season. It is currently only available for the members of this great not-for-profit organisation or here on my website! 

PiXL (Partners in Excellence) focus on raising standards across Key Stage 2, GCSE and A level exams and look to raise self-esteem, improve life chances and broaden progression routes for all their students. You can read more about them here:

https://www.pixl.org.uk/

 

'GB 365' features on 'The Superhumans Show'

30th July 2016

We had a great day out performing GB 365 on Channel 4's the superhumans show! It was the last one of the series before the Paralympic games - hence the Brazilian dancers! GB 365 was inspired by the GB women's wheelchair basketball team, so it was a bonus to share the day with Sophie Carrigill and Clare Griffiths - two of their incredible Paralympians.

'You're Going To Win' released in support of GB Para Table Tennis

14th July 2016

Today sees the release of 'You're Going To Win' which was inspired by the GB para table tennis athletes preparing for the games in Rio. Profits from downloads of the single go to the GB para table tennis development programme, which identifies and helps future para table tennis stars to fulfil their potential. Be prepared for some serious optimism in this track! You can read more about them here: http://www.bttad.org

'A Racket In Hand' features at Wimbledon!

1st July 2016

Wheelchair tennis singles featured for the first time at Wimbledon in 2016, so I went on Live at Wimbledon radio to talk all things wheelchair tennis. They just couldn't resist playing 'A Racket In Hand' which was released in support of the International Tennis Federation's wheelchair tennis development fund. Quite incredibly the rain held off so we got up on the roof too!

'A Racket In Hand' released in support of the wheelchair tennis development fund

6th April 2016

Today sees the release of 'A Racket In Hand' which was inspired by the incredible athletes who compete on the wheelchair tennis tour. Profits from downloads of the single go to the ITF wheelchair tennis development fund, which helps to establish and sustain wheelchair tennis programmes around the world. You can read more about this incredible project here:
http://www.itftennis.com/wheelchair/development/development-fund.aspx

'GB 365' released in support of Sports Traider

4th May 2015

Today sees the release of 'GB 365' which was inspired by the GB women's wheelchair basketball players on route to the Paralympic Games in Rio. Profits from downloads of the single go to the charity Sports Traider, who are a youth-focused charity offering youngsters the kit and support they need to discover and fulfill their sporting ambition and potential, whatever their background, ability or disability. You can read more about them here:
http://www.sportstraider.org.uk