Glenn Tilbrook – Everyday People (Sly & The Family Stone cover)

Glenn’s been busy in the studio recording a song a week to raise money for food banks to attempt to alleviate food poverty. He’s been posting songs on YouTube with links to donate to charities in the UK, the USA and Australia and now, in many other countries.

In the UK, levels of food insecurity in Britain are among the highest in Europe. Please give what you can afford. It makes a massive difference to people with the least. Donation links are below.

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Glenn Tilbrook – Everyday People (Sly & The Family Stone cover)

So… This weeks cover is ‘Everyday People’, originally by Sly and the Family Stone. A song that’s sadly as pertinent now as it was then. We had a fun socially distanced live session at 45 R.P.M. Studios in glorious Charlton and Carly Dexter-Fry has edited the video of the session together for us. Featuring Louis Tilbrook on Drums, Myself on Bass and vocals, Leon Tilbrook on Rhythm Guitar, Wesley Tilbrook on Hammond Organ, Ted Tilbrook on one note Fuzz Guitar (He’s linked by satellite from Melbourne, Australia), Chris McNally on the Wurlitzer Piano and Engineering and Carly Dexter-Fry, Sal Ridsdale and Suzanne Tilbrook singing their hearts out on Vocals.
‘We’ve got to live together!’ Love, Glenn

Raising funds for:

Glenn’s solo dates were in support of The Trussell Trust:

Glenn says “It is shameful that in the 21st century there are people that can’t afford to put food on the table. Anyone, from any walk of life, can fall upon dire times, and I hope that by doing this tour it will remind people that there is a very real need. Most of us can do something to help – be it giving some food or a little money – and I hope people coming to the shows are inspired to donate.”

Thank you.

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