Ringside Rest and Care charity single

News | Nov 26 2019

A team of ex-boxers gather at Abbey Road to record their charity anthem for Ringside Rest and Care

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Sunday November 24 a rabble of ex-boxers gathered in Abbey Road’s legendary
Studio Two – which The Beatles made famous and in where artists like Oasis,
Pink Floyd, Kate Bush and Adele have all produced some major recordings – and belted
out their very own masterpiece, Never Give Up, Never Give In.

The
likes of John Conteh, Duke McKenzie, John H. Stracey, Kevin Mitchell, Barry
Jones, Stacey Copeland, Martin Power, Harry Holland, Johnny Oliver, Jimmy
Batten, Billy Schwer (senior and junior), Nicky Piper and James Cook – among others
– were all in attendance and used their angelic voices to lay down the vocals
for the Simon Block-penned track which will be released next year.

The
song is designed to raise money for the Ringside cause. Officially launched in
January, with the ultimate aim of opening a residential home for ex-boxers,
Ringside Rest and Care has exceeded expectation and gathered many thousands of pounds
while also securing charity status. The year 2020 is already gearing up to be
an exciting one.

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