Do a Day at Alder Hey
A new charity single aiming to raise money for children’s units across the North West was performed to patients at Alder Hey on Monday 17th June.
Dressed in his staple blue sparkly suit, bowler hat, sequin shoes and walking stick, Dominic Marshall visited patients at the hospital as part of a special tour for his single ‘Do A Day’ as he aims to raise as much money as possible for young children in the region.
Michael Welch from record label; Bonkers Records, who are supporting the charity single, said: “Dominic is a wonderful guy with a heart of gold and colour; his dreams to change people’s lives were so intense that we had an urge to get involved. He has a wonderful venture in mind with all good intentions. The charity single is great for the kids who will undoubtedly benefit from all the money and awareness raised.
The charity single; ‘Do A Day (Sing All Day)’ will get everyone tapping their feet to what has already been described as Accrington’s answer to ‘ Gangnam Style’.”
Dominic Marshall said: “I hope everyone enjoys my track as much as I have enjoyed making it.
“I have always enjoyed singing and hope that the catchy tune and lyrics of ‘Do A Day’ will get everyone across the North West and even the UK, singing along and raising money to help support the children’s wards within eight hospitals.
“I come from a working class background but I have always wanted to do something fun with my life and what’s more fun than making a happy, uplifting song that turns every day into a fun day? Furthermore all the proceeds go towards helping to support very sick children while they are in hospital.”
Dominic’s charity single is now available to pre-order on ITunes and further information can be found at www.doaday.co.uk/
Helen Hughes, Fundraising and Merchandising Manager for The Alder Hey Charity said: “Alder Hey Children’s Charity are delighted to be one of the chosen charities for the ‘Do A Day’ single. We want everyone to get behind this fun single and help raise money for children’s hospitals across the UK including Alder Hey.”