Man-Made Noise: Band do charity single to remember Amy

AMY BLACK, Hedon’s local opera star, who died suddenly in 2009 has been remembered in a charity single published by the band – Man-Made Noise.

Glamorous Cake Stall Holder is the title of the song and was written by band member Terry Dunn who had met Amy once whilst she was tending a charity cake stall – hence the song’s title.

A charity version of the record has been made with all the proceeds going towards the charity CRY (Cardiac Risk in the Young).

A video has been published on YouTube of the song which features exotic locations such as St Augustine’s Church  and Hedon’s Red Cross Shop!

You can buy the track online at Amazon and iTunes and Man-Made Noise’s own website. Find out more at CRY Supporters Songs.

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Note: The CRY website also includes a beautiful version of In Omnibus Rebus by Amy Black which you can download for a donation.

Every week in the UK at least 12 young and apparently fit people die of undiagnosed heart conditions. To reduce the frequency of young sudden cardiac death CRY works with health professionals to establish good practice and appropriate screening facilities.

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  1. What a fantastic track this is. I know Terry well, an amazing, imaginative lyricist and musician. He was inspired by his meeting with Amy and although at opposite ends of the musical spectrum his admiration for Amy is clear to hear on this song. The single launch night was superb, a man made success.

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