Paul Ewing to launch album Retrospectives in support of World Vision

Published 27 May 2013
Paul Ewing

Indie Award winning artist Paul Ewing will be launching his new album Retrospectives in support of World Vision UK this Thursday.

The gig at Union Chapel, London is his first of 2013. He'll be supported by folk singer-songwriter Jack Harris.

The album has been produced by two-times Grammy Award winner Kipper (Sting, Stevie Wonder, Mary J Blige) and mixed by two-times Grammy Award winner Cameron Craig (Duffy, Robbie Williams, Amy Winehouse).

The evening of music will also include an invitation to members of the audience to become World Vision child sponsors.

Paul is excited about being a World Vision artist: "I am so pleased that I can use my position as an artist to help and highlight the need for people to join together and support the work of World Vision. World Vision is a charity that works hard to make a serious and sustainable impact on poverty and its causes, especially those that affect children. I hope that in some way I can provide a voice and a platform for those whose voice is not being heard. I believe that freedom is a voice."

For tickets go to:  http://store.unionchapel.org.uk/eventdetails/30-may-13-paul-ewing-live-union-chapel/

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