Limited edition, hand numbered vinyl record featuring a recording of Live Art Aid, a pop song designed to raise money for, and awareness of, Live Art in the UK.
Lyrics created by Richard DeDomenici. Melody by DeDomenici and Bryony Kimmings. Track arranged & produced by Tom Parkinson
All money from each record sold is distributed evenly between the 20 live artists involved in recording the single.
The B-side contains a recording of Richard DeDomenici and Bryony Kimmings in conversation.
The artists involved with Live Art Aid are: Francesca Baglione, Katy Baird, Andy Field, Figs in Wigs, Anna Goodman, Catherine Hoffmann, Nicki Hobday, Kazuko Hohki, Mamoru Iriguchi, Bryony Kimmings, Brian Lobel, Eilidh MacAskill, Stacy Makishi, Lucy McCormick, Tom Parkinson, Deborah Pearson, Daniel Oliver, Louise Orwin, Xavier de Sousa and Ellie Stamp.
Live Art Aid was an original commission by Home Live Art, supported through their Arts Council England Catalyst programme. For more information on how Live Art Aid was created and to watch the full music video online, visit the Live Art Aid website.
Home Live Art, 2015. 18x18 cm, vinyl record
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