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Tuesday 29th July 2008

Pop Connection schools project to be released Easter '09

MOVATION producer Zarc Porter is currently working on tracks for the debut album by schools ministry Pop Connection. The Innervation Trust's Andy Silver has developed the Pop Connection ministry where he goes into a school and over a week trains young people to sing a batch of songs to backing tracks provided by Innervation. At the end of the week these are recorded with the choir and released on a special-to-the-school CD. Zarc Porter and Mark Pennell are now writing new songs for a "general" release which, as well as the Pop Connection touring choir, will feature such singers as Shell Perris, Lucy West (formerly Lucy Britten), tbc and others. It is hoped to release the new project at Spring Harvest '09. CR

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Posted by vicky bradley in ayr @ 22:14 on Jun 24 2010

hi i thought it was great it was a great experince
actually i am doing the costert tomorrow at allowy curxh

Posted by Enya in Portsmouth @ 15:54 on Dec 19 2009

Shell Came to our school and taught us all the Pop Connection songs. My favorite songs were Dancing like my dad Happy Day and Hold on

Thanks Shell i luv all of dem lol! :) xxxxx

Posted by Rachel Higgins in St Michael School Howe Bridge @ 16:43 on Jun 22 2009

Shell Came to our school n tought us all the pop connection songs we no my favourite was IN THE END it is really good we still do the songs in our assembaly's

thankyou for teaching us shell the songs are brill i luv dem lol :) xxx

Posted by Cielo Meredith in england @ 08:49 on Mar 8 2009

I know shell she came to teach us pop connections songs it was fun my favourite was dancing like my dad

Reply by shannon @ 18:37 on Jul 5 2010

I like hold don.

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