Rubery record label owners launch 'Earth Song Day' to raise climate change awareness - The Bromsgrove Standard

Rubery record label owners launch 'Earth Song Day' to raise climate change awareness

Bromsgrove Editorial 24th Oct, 2021   0

THE OWNERS of a Rubery record label are hoping residents across Bromsgrove District, Droitwich and south Birmingham will join them in marking the first ‘Earth Song Day’ on November 5 to raise awareness of climate change.

The event is the brainchild of musician Gary Haywood and Darren Hollier from Carbon Footprint Music Productions who deliberately chose bonfire night as fires were associated with damage to the environment and it is the day COP26 starts in Glasgow.

Jennifer Robertson – under the Carbon Footprint Music Productions label – also has a new song released on that day called ‘The Bells of Change’.

It will celebrate Earth Song Day and the biggest Climate Change Summit so far.

They also want other people to get involved by sharing via social media their favourite songs which have a link to climate change or the environment. They do not necessarily have to be about the subject but maybe the lyrics or one or two lines mention something associated with it.

Those sharing songs should use the hashtag #HappyEarthSongDay

People can also create their own Earth Song Day songs and post them, along with the same hashtag.

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