MP3 Ben Ramsey - Bet You're Ready
Bet You''re Ready was written and performed by Ben Ramsey and features performances from the members of the Banbury Carrot Club Open Mic night.
All proceeds from the sale of the single will be donated the The Katherine House Hospice.
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Related styles: Pop: Pop, Featuring Saxophone
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Bet You’re Ready
The song features over 20 different singers and musicians from The Carrot Club in Banbury, UK ranging in age from 6 to 60 years old...!
The Carrot Club is an Open Mic music session held on the first Wednesday of every month at Ye Olde Reindeer in Parsons street, Banbury and has been running since 2005. In that time over 100 different performers have played at the event, traveling from all over the UK. Performers from the Carrot Club have also played at numerous events around Oxfordshire in aid of Katharine House Hospice and at the time of writing in 2011 have raised in excess of £5,000 for the charity.
More details about the Carrot Club and forthcoming shows can be found at https://www.tradebit.com
All the proceeds from the sale of this song will be donated to The Katharine House Hospice. https://www.tradebit.com
Katharine House is located 4 miles south of Banbury and lies on the borders of Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire amidst beautiful gardens where peace and tranquillity prevail. Sheep and cattle graze in the surrounding fields and there are magnificent rural views across the Oxfordshire countryside.
The Hospice building was completed in 1991 and today the specialist palliative care services offered include in patient, day hospice, community care at home, home night nursing, support for patients at the Horton General hospital, out-patients, lymphoedema treatment and bereavement support.
The hospice stands as a living memorial to the life of Katharine Gadsby who in 1984, tragically died of cancer at the age of twenty. Since the time of her death her parents Neil and Heather Gadsby, together with friends and many other people have worked tirelessly to raise funds to develop the hospice services. It is an independent sector hospice and relies largely on charitable donations for funding, receiving only about 35% of its costs from the local Primary Care Trusts. No charge is made to patients or their families for any of the care provided.