Pink Rooster with John Griff BBC Radio Northampton earlier today, and the second radio play for a track from The Frozen Loggers- Lost Village Sessions. Thanks to John and the team for showcasing our work. You can listen to our interview on the BBC i-Player radio:
The Frozen Loggers close the show:
The opening track of our new release, ‘Waltzing Matilda’ was chosen to close the Lal Muttock BBC Introducing show, BBC Radio Northampton on 14th Jan 2017,
To listen to the show click on the following link, you can find us at
57 minutes 05 seconds. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p04mjh9l
Official preview of three tracks from our forthcoming CD is available now on You Tube…have a listen, let us know what you think and if you want to reserve a copy let us know…all proceeds will go directly back to Pink Rooster to help our beneficiaries.
Official Preview available via our You Tube channel:
To reserve your copy of the CD use our website contact form or email us at:
Hello, Arthur here, remember me from the website post back in June?, I’m the musical bear designed specially for people with dementia, I think I would also be really good at bringing comfort to lots of people.
I’ve just arrived at Pink Rooster HQ and before I do anything else I plan to do my bit and remember all of those that have sacrificed their lives, minds and bodies in conflicts throughout the world for the benefit of others, and wear my poppy with pride.
Keep an eye on Pink Rooster’s web site and facebook page for updates on what I am up to, and details of when and where you can buy me.. I’m thinking of having my own facebook page too, so will keep you posted.
Help make this coming Christmas a little bit more special for our beneficiairies. Consider making a donation to help us improve their health and well-being and help us to support their families and carers.
Your donation will help us to provide specialised music sessions and specially designed personalised MP3 players for groups and individuals to help relieve the associated effects of dementia and reduce social isolation for many.
Every donation counts, no matter how small or big, help us make 2017 an even more successful year. Thank you.
Make you valuable donation using the following link to our Pay Pal donation account
Master CD arrived from the studio today…Thanks to Angus for mastering and all the work you have done on this for us so far.
‘The Lost Village Sessions’
Our CD mini album release on the Pink Rooster record label is approaching fast. Keep an eye on our website, facebook and twitter for release updates.
Also available on iTunes, Amazon and other popular digital music platforms. We have called ourselves ‘The Frozen Loggers’ – which will be the name we use to play and record music on behalf of Pink Rooster to raise funds for our charitable objectives.
Don’t forget all proceeds from sales of the CD and digital downloads will go straight back to Pink Rooster to help our beneficiaries.
Please use our web site contact form if you would like more information about our recording or would like to inquire more about how we may be able to help you.
Pink Rooster has been awarded £9,461.79 by Northamptonshire Community Foundation through the NCC Wellbeing fund.
The group deliver therapeutic interactive music sessions, and creative activities to groups living with dementia and other neurodegenerative disease and physically restrictive conditions to improve health and wellbeing and reduce social isolation.
Follow this link to read more: http://www.ncf.uk.com/News/Articles/Grant_of_the_month_Pink_Rooster?platform=hootsuite
We were pleased to be asked to take part in the Helen Blaby lunchtime talk show on BBC Radio Northampton today, talking about our work and the benefit music makes to people living with dementia.
Click on the following link to listen to the program.
We are the first item on the show and our interview starts at 10minutes 34 seconds. You have 29 days left to listen.
We have spent a fantastic three days recording our new CD at Far Heath Studios Northamptonshire. Thanks to our engineer Angus for working his magic, Liz for her fantastic accordion work and Darren for helping us out with some hot double bass playing.
We will be mixing and mastering tomorrow (Tuesday 2nd August) and looking forward to releasing our first CD soon.
Here are a few pics from our session…