Pop fans got the chance to star in a music video in Sheffield’s Endcliffe Park when cameras rolled to film city songbird Philippa Hanna, writes Graham Walker.
The 28-year-old, who recently performed to tens of thousands of fans as support on Lionel Richie’s UK arena tour, invited locals to get in on the act.
A crowd of colourful fans turned up to appear in a video for forthcoming track, The Daffodil Song.
It’s from the forthcoming new album, Throught The Woods, recorded and produced at Eliot Kennedy’s world famous Foundry at The Steelworks Studio.
“We wanted to give the people of Sheffield the chance to be part of our own musical journey,’’ Philippa told The Star.
“We were filming the video for a brand new track and we asked fans to help us to make it amazing!
* Philippa has been invited to appear as a guest on Good Morning Sunday on BBC Radio 2, on May 26, 7am to 9am.
She’ll be interviewed by Clare Balding and will be performing some live acoustic tracks.
You can get involved during the show by tweeting @clarebalding.
Fans are also being given the chance to work with Philippa as she embarks upon her most exciting adventure yet, with the release of Through the Woods.
Her team is looking for individuals with an interest in music, events management, social media and marketing to join the team in Sheffield for this unique opportunity.
For anyone interested in pursuing a career in music industry, this Gap Year presents a rare opportunity.
The Sound Consultancy team will provide training in music management and promotion, and offer one-to-one mentoring support.
Placements will run from September 2013 for 12 months. Applications are openm until May 31, to anybody aged 18 or over, Send a CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.
In your covering email, tell Philippa why you’d like to join her team. For further information contact Andy Baker on 0114 3279464.