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Students record Christmas charity EP

A group of students from West Suffolk College are raising money for Cancer Research UK with their band Unknown Artists. They are releasing a Christmas EP in December.

A group of students from West Suffolk College are raising money for Cancer Research UK with their band Unknown Artists. They are releasing a Christmas EP in December.

A group of students from West Suffolk College are releasing a Christmas EP to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

The music students, who call themselves Unknown Artists, were given the task to create a musical product to raise money for a good cause.

Their EP, Fairy Lights, is due to go on sale in December - and each CD will be individually wrapped like a Christmas present.

Band member Luke Almond said: “It has been amazing the amount of support we have already received.

“We all play music and have all had our own bands – it is great to work with so many great musicians.

“But it is not about us, this is really about raising money for charity.

Singer Annie Williams said: “Cancer Research UK is such a good cause.

“We all have someone in our family or someone we know who has been affected by cancer.”

On November 15,

Unknown Artists are performing at the Bury St Edmunds Christmas Lights Switch on and then at the Hunter Club on December 15.

The band are:

Annie Williams - Lead vocals

Luke Almond - Keys

Jason Rampling - Vocals

Tony Trott - Bass/guitar

Jack Lawson - Guitar

Aaron Groom - Drums

Stuart Paton - Ukele/guitar

Will Rogers - Vocals

To find out more about Unknown Artists and to download their Christmas EP in aid of Cancer Research UK visit www.facebook.com/unknownartistsmusic or www.unknownartistsmusic.tumblr.com

 

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