Greig Taylor on Central FM

Musician Greig Taylor featured on Central FM on Sunday 25th February to talk about The Dancing in the Dark Project.

The Dancing in the Dark project is brought together by Natalie Garry, owner of danceSing, and musician Greig GT Taylor to raise awareness of the positive mental health benefits of singing, and dancing, particularly for people who have, or are suffering from, mental illness.

During the session at Central FM, The Dancing in the Dark project was discussed and the single was played to raise awareness of its activity to raise funds for SAMH, and danceSing got a lovely mention too!

You can purchase the current Dancing in the Dark single here on Itunes.

danceSing will be working together with Greig Taylor to produce another song for the project this year. All funds raised through the singles go to the Scottish Assocation for Mental Health (SAMH). SAMH provide mental health social care support, homelessness, addictions and employment services plus much more all over Scotland.

 

greig taylor central fm

greig taylor central fm

greig taylor central fm

Greig Taylor at Central fm

 


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