Lancashire’s Singing Bus Driver, alias Graham Cregg, has now released his 5th song with Wobbly Music.
Although this record isn’t officially released until 15th July 2016, it is available exclusively before release from here! What’s more, if you subscribe to Graham’s newsletter from his site at GrahamCregg.com before the end of July, we will send you a code to download a copy of “Grandad” for FREE!
This is Graham’s first “Disco” single. A dancy number arranged in a Reggae/Dubstep style. Listen to a sample of the whole track below.
The Disco Divaz are comprised of three young wannabe pop stars who entered a competition to appear in a music video. The song was written by David-Gwyn Jones and David Osborne and was chosen from a number of songs written by new songwriters who pitched them specifically for this project.
This version uses the original backing track from the writers. The kids were recorded at Bakehouse Studio in March 2016 and the resulting files were mixed and mastered by Lynn Monk.
The Disco Divaz are:- Britney Lofthouse Leon Thomas
Commissioned for a competition run by Paul Johnson of DirectDJ.net
Produced by Lynn Monk at Bakehouse Studio for Wobbly Music.
Lancashire’s Singing Bus Driver, alias Graham Cregg, is a singer-songwriter who still drives buses for a living and has been entertaining his passengers since the self-release of his first song “Cultures” earlier in 2015.
Now signed to Wobbly Music, his Christmas song “Rudolph” is now available, and if you’re a bus passenger in Lancashire, no doubt you’ll be hearing about it from some of the drivers that know him, if not from Graham himself.
A two-track single is currently in production for release early next year, so if you like this song, be sure to come back later and check that one out too.