Brentwood singer’s child charity pledge
BRENTWOOD singer Dave McPherson is using a new way of selling music online to raise money for Save the Children.
So far more than �1,000 has been made for the charity by fans when they buy his new album online.
Mr McPherson, a regular at O’Neills, High Street, has just released his debut solo album following a decade as frontman and guitarist for band InMe.
Using a new system called Pledgemusic, the singer, who grew up in Warley and went to Brentwood County High School, sees sales of his album The Hardship Diaries, make money for the charity.
He said: “The incentives I’ve added give me the opportunity to interact with my fanbase in an incredibly personal way and I’m able to raise funds for Save The Children, which literally helps to change lives for the better.
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“I wanted to do something that helped less fortunate children and Save The Children make a huge difference all over the world.”
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