Soap stars join Rugby musician Peter for charity song to raise money for prostate cancer charity

A Rugby musician who has cancer has penned a song to raise money for charity.

Wednesday, 20th April 2016, 8:10 am
Updated Wednesday, 20th April 2016, 9:15 am
Peter Bullard.

Peter Bullard’s latest offering features former Emmer-
dale star Dee (Deirdre) Quemby from Mountsorrel and 
EastEnders star Shenton Dixon.

Twenty-five local artists are lending their vocals to the charity single called Foxes Never Quit (Glory, Glory); a reggae number based on the The Battle Hymn of the Republic.

All money from its sale will be going to Prostate UK.

Leicester City have had a dream season, and to top off their success, Peter and music producer Leighton Morrell felt fans needed a local tune.

Peter, who has prostate cancer, penned the song while Leighton managed to recruit the county’s top talent to bring his vision to life.

“It’s going to be mega and hopefully raise lots of money for the prostate cancer charity,” he said.

Singer Leighton said football fan Peter came up with the idea because it’s been a fairytale season for Leicester.

“It has been fantastic,” said Leighton.

The song, which will also be made into a music video, is set to be released next week.

It will be available from iTunes and Amazon.