Norwich City fan’s new charity song to help The Community Sports Foundation
PUBLISHED: 13:27 07 January 2015 | UPDATED: 13:27 07 January 2015
A musician known for his light-hearted songs about Norwich City has recorded a new number to raise funds for a charity which helps disadvantaged and disabled people achieve their goals through sport.
Jon Rogers, of Mulbarton, was inspired to pen Community (Always a Yellow) after watching a video of 15-year-old James Frost, who suffers from a rare muscular disease, meeting his sporting idols at Carrow Road in October last year.
The Community Sports Foundation (CSF) helped the avid Norwich City fan meet the team, who posed with him for a photograph and provided him with two season tickets.
Mr Rogers, 33, said: “I saw the young chap who met the team and wanted to help the charity.
“I’m not very sporty and I haven’t got much hair to shave off, so I thought I would do what I can to celebrate what this charity does.”
The keen musician has become well known for his humorous songs, which include Hello Neyul – Tribute to Norwich City’s New Manager Neil Adams.
Now, his latest charity single has been released on iTunes and GooglePlay and is available for less than £1.
Mr Rogers insisted that “every penny” would go to the CSF.
To purchase the song on iTunes, search for Community (Always a Yellow).
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