David Cameron to make music debut for charity
David Cameron has made his first foray into music with a new track on which he will feature alongside the 'EastEnders' star Danny Dyer.
The British PM read Rupert Brooke's poem 'The Soldier' for the official WWI centenary album, which has contributions from Stephen Fry, Radio 4's Today presenter James Naughtie and 'Game Of Thrones' actor Sean Bean, the Independent reported.
The opening lines: 'If I should die, think only this of me: That there's some corner of a foreign field, That is forever England.'
The descendants of servicemen, who were awarded the Victoria Cross for their gallantry in the war First World War, will also be making appearance in the album 'Forever.'
The Funds raised by the album is going to help reach the 230,000-pound-daily costs of helping and supporting service personnel and their families.
Many months were spent by The Royal British Legion and the Victoria Cross Trust to track down relatives of VC recipients for their contributions.
(Posted on 10-04-2014)