Popular international tenor Stephen Lloyd Morgan releases album to aid Spanish and Welsh cancer charities

News provided by SLMLIVE on Saturday 9th Jun 2012

Tenor Stephen Lloyd-Morgans new album 'In My Fathers Footsteps' is to be released on 1st July.

The album is dedicated in memory of his Dad Bryant, who passed away 18 months ago having been diagnosed with cancer only 5 weeks previously, and its primary purpose is to aid The Cudeca Hospice in Spain www.cudeca.org and Welsh cancer charity Tenovus www.tenovus.org.uk - with 100%* of sales income being donated.

The album will be released on iTunes itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/stephen-lloyd-morgan/id358994655 and all leading download stores, including Amazon MP3 & Spotify. CDs are available from Amazon on Demand and a limited number are available directly from the Cudeca Hospice and Tenovus shops. For further details see www.slmlive.com/album.htm

The choice of recording studios brings a personal story full circle for Steve! He recorded at the famous Pop Factory Studios in The Rhondda, South Wales. Located in Porth where he was born, it was originally the Corona Pop factory and depot where his Dad once worked as a delivery driver.

The treatment and care of those suffering from cancer is something that is very important to me. It is a cruel disease that rips the heart out of families, mine included. There is no discrimination; it can hit anyone and at any age. Anything that can be done by any of us to raise money to improve the odds, whether in terms of treatment or palliative care is similarly vitally important. Cudeca and Tenovus both provide a vital service to cancer sufferers on the Costa del Sol and in Wales. Tenovus gave my family an amazing amount of support while my Dad was in hospital; and this is my way of giving something back - trying to give back what I can!" - Steve

The album itself is divided into two distinct halves! One, the popular classical, musical theatre and crossover-opera that Steve is best known for, the other a mix of tracks from the 60s through to the 80s that were his Dads favourites and with which Steve grew up. These include covers of tracks by the likes of The Everly Brothers, Bread, Simon & Garfunkel, Don McLean and Tom Jones among others! A total of 14 tracks, in English, Spanish, Italian and Welsh!

Some of Steves album tracks will be premiered exclusively on italkfm Spain www.italkfm.com at 6pm CEST (5pm BST) on Sunday 24th June during Rosalind Scott-Gibbs In Focus hour-long interview programme (repeated 2pm CEST (1pm BST) Saturday 30th June).

Album Tracks - samples will be available on iTunes from 1st July or on request

Let It Be Me
Make It With You
Chasing Cars
Bridge Over Troubled Water
A Boy From Nowhere
Torna A Surriento
Sometimes I Dream
Canto Della Terra
No Day But Today

We would greatly appreciate your support in helping to publicise this album and aid Steves goal to raise as much as possible for these very worthwhile charities! Please also share it with your friends and network if possible! Thank-you!

Attached available for publication:
Related Article: 1000 words Voice of The Valleys
Related Article: 500 words, edited Voice of The Valleys
Quotes: From Tenovus & Cudeca Charities on In My Fathers Footsteps
High-resolution cover artwork: www.slmlive.com/inmyfathersfootsteps/slmcover_IMFF.jpg

You can also now catch all the latest news on Steves new weblog www.slmlive.com/blog

*NB Tenovus and Cudeca each receives 50% of download sales & 100% of CDs sales through their own respective outlets.

Many thanks for all your support!

Best regards,


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