Some Kinda Wonderful! Arthur Terry’s Rosie O’Sullivan debuts new NHS charity single

International recording artist and Sutton Coldfield school vocal coach, Rosie O’Sullivan, has released a new charity single ‘Some Kinda Wonderful’ in aid of the NHS.

The song – which is about finding strength in ourselves and others – is written and performed by singer/songwriter Rosie, a current vocal tutor and former student from Arthur Terry School, part of the Arthur Terry Learning Partnership.

The 26-year-old, who rose to fame after her appearance on Britain’s Got Talent, hopes her evocative song and powerful vocal will raise spirits, and that the meaningful lyrics will also resonate with listeners.

She said: ’Some Kinda Wonderful’ was written for the very special – the guardian that you find an inward strength a warmth and comfort from, the entity that stands strong when you’re in need. Life teaches you that you can never take anything for granted. The need to reach out for caring hand is embossed in the very fabric of this song.”

The down-to-earth performer, who is also finding the time to volunteer in her local Co-op store in Streetly, said that the idea for the recording came about because of her deep admiration for the NHS.

I hope that this song will uplift and inspire listeners and shine a little light during these difficult times. It is written and performed with the same passion that inspired the release, and I want people can take comfort from that,”
– rosie o’sullivan

She said: “It’s a way of showing my support and appreciation for our fantastic frontline workers through the power of music.

“I hope that this song will uplift and inspire listeners and shine a little light during these difficult times. It is written and performed with the same passion that inspired the release, and I want people can take comfort from that.  I’m overwhelmed by the positive response and thanks to everybody for their kind words and generosity, and for playing their part in supporting in the nation’s effort in the fight against Covid-19.”

For more details on the fundraising for NHS Charities please visit: https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/somekindawonderful

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