Pop Goes Your Name
The album began life as songs sung to her first-born Noah & due to his very positive critical response they then went on to record & make "The Noah Album". It then became a lifesaver for long car journeys & the soundtrack to many nappy changes, mealtimes, bathtimes & bedtimes. After requests for personalised versions from friends and family, she decided to expand the name coverage to the top UK names. The project grew to involve a team of musicians, vocalists & also a design company, all based within or around their base in St Albans, Hertfordshire.
The Pop Goes Your Name album is a collection of fun & upbeat songs, each written for your someone special. Children can experience a selection of musical styles, with catchy melodies & sing-along lyrics whilst hearing their own name sung back to them. The songs have been written for children in their early years. From 'Noisy Farm' to 'Rock it Out', the songs are full of themes & sounds that children can recognise & understand & are guaranteed to get Mum & Dad's feet tapping too!
Lucy studied music at a prestigious music school in west London where she met her drumming husband Richard. They have since moved back to Lucy's native Hertfordshire where they found a vibrant community of top musicians & a great live music scene. Other musicians on the Pop Goes Your Name album have toured with chart topping artists & appeared in West End productions."
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