Stotfold housewife launches album of her own songs and music
A housewife will launch an album of songs and music she has written herself this weekend. Angela Caley, of Trinity Road, Stotfold, is holding a special event at Stotfold Memorial Hall on Saturday from 5-7pm with live music and special guest guitarist Da
A housewife will launch an album of songs and music she has written herself this weekend.
Angela Caley, of Trinity Road, Stotfold, is holding a special event at Stotfold Memorial Hall on Saturday from 5-7pm with live music and special guest guitarist Dave Brons.
Mrs Caley, 32, married with one daughter, says money from the event and sales of the album will go to Children at Risk, a charity that helps vulnerable children throughout the world.
Having played piano and sung in the King's Baptist Church worship band in Stotfold for several years she decided to achieve her ambition of making her own album at her own personal cost.
"The money was worth spending. I have always wanted to make my own album. Having sung and played piano at the church I had never done song writing, so the album initially started out as an album of other people's songs," said Mrs Caley
"But as time went by I found myself writing more and more of my own material, until I had enough for almost a whole album. Therefore it is an album of original material called 'Telling the truth....honestly'."
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Mrs Caley added: "Rather than make an album for my own gain I felt I would raise money for a charity so I chose the Children at Risk project. I decided on this charity as it is one that my church has supported for some years now."
The album will be on sale at the Memorial Hall on Saturday price �7 where there will also be food available for guests including children. The event is free although visitors are being asked to make a donation to Mrs Caley's charity.