Brum choir featured on Radio 4's 'Soul Music'

The Choir with No Name Birmingham's members are sharing their love for the song 'Something Inside So Strong' with the BBC this week. 

We're featured in a brilliant half-hour programme in the Radio 4 series "Soul Music".

Each week, the radio series delves into the stories behind a different piece of music which has a powerful, soulful impact.

This week's episode examines Labi Siffre's pop anthem 'Something Inside So Strong' - and you can hear our choir members Bill (at the start) and Chris (at the end) speaking about what performing this song means to them. 

This song is a key part of our repertoire, and has been known to reduce audiences to tears on several occasions... Find out why - listen to the programme here.

The programme will be repeated on Radio 4 on Saturday at 3.30pm too. 

Please get in touch if you're interested in volunteering or supporting the Choir with No Name in Birmingham, or you want to join our choir. We'd love to hear from you!


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