Underdogs release Christmas charity single
5:01pm Friday 13th December 2013 in What's on
A charity single was released in aid of local animal rescues this month.
CARIAD, a small non-profit organisation set itself a huge task of reaching the Christmas charts with a song specially written by singer-songwriter Mandy Woods.
The single aims to raise money for local animal charities and awareness about the puppy-farm trade.
All the singers come from the rescues that took part in the recording, including our representative - Nicky Clark from Penparc ( Kelsion Kennels)
Aimed at educating the public about the reality of puppy farming, ‘Cariad at Christmas Time’ was recorded in October at Shabbey Road Studios in Caerphilly, and, it’s a multi-vocal recording. This time, however, instead of getting celebrities to sing the lyrics, CARIAD decided to invite a number of smaller dog rescues and charities to put forward anyone among their staff and volunteers with a good singing voice and the confidence to go into a studio and sing their heart out.
The charity single is now available to order as a CD and for download.
All proceeds will be donated to the rescues and charities that helped make it possible, as well as to the CARIAD campaign.
For more information visit www.cariadatchristmastime.co.uk