Circle of Light – Album launch

Thursday 10 October 2019

7:30 pm : Main Stage

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In June 2019, the awesome and lovely Tricia Gardiner of Offshoots proposed and won a bid funded by Youth Music to give 60 Nottinghamshire musicians an opportunity to write, record and release a vinyl album which will be released through I’m Not From London / Dedicated Records on World Mental Health Day – October 10. The album’s tracks are all loosely based around Mental Health, the mind and the daily struggles we all face in our lives.

https://www.circle-of-light.org.uk/

We hope you can come and buy an album and see the songs being performed live by all of the musicians involved.

The record and this project was a testament to both the human spirit and the talent that exists in Nottinghamshire. This was in most cases the first time the young musicians had recorded in a studio and certainly the first time they had recorded (and in most cases) even met each other!

The project has produced over 30 tracks from pop to hip hop to soul and all done with the help of established Nottingham musicians and producers working alongside the newer practitioners.

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Circle of Light – Album launch

In June 2019, the awesome and lovely Tricia Gardiner of Offshoots proposed and won a bid funded by Youth Music to give 60 Nottinghamshire musicians an opportunity to write, record and release a vinyl album which will be released through I’m Not From London / Dedicated Records on World Mental Health Day – October 10. The album’s tracks are all loosely based around Mental Health, the mind and the daily struggles we all face in our lives.

https://www.circle-of-light.org.uk/

We hope you can come and buy an album and see the songs being performed live by all of the musicians involved.

The record and this project was a testament to both the human spirit and the talent that exists in Nottinghamshire. This was in most cases the first time the young musicians had recorded in a studio and certainly the first time they had recorded (and in most cases) even met each other!

The project has produced over 30 tracks from pop to hip hop to soul and all done with the help of established Nottingham musicians and producers working alongside the newer practitioners.

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