The ever-popular BBC One programme, Songs of Praise, is coming to Eastbourne Bandstand on Saturday (12 August) 12– 3pm, for an open air recording of popular modern Christian music, led by one of the UK’s best-known worship leaders, Lou Fellingham.
Series Producer Matthew Napier said, “This recording is a wonderful opportunity for local singers to come together for an afternoon of music-making for broadcast on BBC One. Songs of Praise has been championing Christian music for over 55 years and continues to be enormously popular due to recordings like these and we really hope you can come along.”
Admission is free. To apply, please send your name and the number of people taking part to SOPcongregations@avantimedia.tv or call 07704 202409. Please include ‘Eastbourne Recording’ in your subject header.
Lou Fellingham is an internationally known worship leader and songwriter. She was the lead singer of Phatfish for almost two decades and is now six albums into a firmly-established career as a solo artist. This year, Lou released her latest album, ‘This Changes Everything’, recorded live at the Old Market Theatre in her native Brighton.