A champion fundraiser from Armagh has recorded a brand new CD featuring two of his latest songs.
Willie Nugent, known locally for his tireless fundraising efforts, says the songs mean so much to him.
‘The Place Where I Was Born’ pays homage to Armagh City while his single ‘Until we Meet Again’ is a tribute to all those who have passed away from Covid-19 – an especially poignant song for Willie who lost his brother Paddy to the virus last Christmas.
The songs are sung by Dublin singer Larry Hogan and produced by Dublin City Hub Studios.
“There’s is a limited number of CDs available at available at £2 each, with all proceeds to be divided between the following three charities: Friends of the Cancer Centre at Belfast City Hospital; Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children; and Guide Dogs for the Blind.
The CDs can be bought at the following Armagh outlets: Curran’s Spar on the Cathedral Road; The Ulster Gazette on Scotch Street; Raffles on Lower English Street; Armagh Blooms on the Killylea Road; and The Wax Pot in Armagh Shopping Centre.
Willie would like to thank Nugent and Gibney LTD, as well and Trimprint Armagh for their help and support.