Mental Health Directory
Information on mental health services in Croydon
'Keep Your Head Up' is the uplifting lead single and message from an ambitious musical project by the charity Mind In Croydon music group 'Melded Minds' released on World Mental Health Day 10th October 2012.
'Melded Minds' is a project that is aiming to raise awareness of mental health and wellbeing and to raise money for the Mind in Croydon music group by releasing one single on the 10th of every month starting from the 10th October 2012 all the way through to the 10th October 2013 culminating in a live show by the members of 'Melded Minds'.
The Melded Minds project started in October 2012 and will last for one year until October 2013 and is part of the music group which is part of the Social Networking Service and has been running since 2010.
Neville Davis, Matthew Saunders, Steven Burge, Kennedy Douglas-Guada, Deborah Medhurst and Adrian Clark have all been involved in the track.
Guest vocals are by Michelle Johnson aka Meca Melody, who is a local singer currently recording her own album.
We are hoping to connect with other singers and musicians to work on the singles and have an event in October 2013. Hopefully we can help to raise awareness to the importance of mental health and wellbeing by engaging people with music and igniting conversations so we get people talking and interacting more, and hope to raise as much money as possible in the process.
People can support the project by downloading the current and upcoming tracks from www.meldedminds.bandcamp.com or from itunes or Amazon or other online stores
Follow us on twitter @meldedminds.
Singers and musicians can contact email: email@example.com Tel: 020 8688 1210 Mob: 07923 017168
Clients can join the music group by being referred to the Social Networking Nervice or through Mindmatch they can contact email: firstname.lastname@example.org tel: 020 8688 1210.
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