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NOTHING LASTS FOREVER: Penny and her posse to release uplifting song for Northwood cancer centre

 Published on: 31st October 2020   |   By: Jake Levison   |   Category: Uncategorized

A professional singer/songwriter who survived breast cancer is releasing a single with her friends, family and colleagues to raise money for the Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre (LJMC) in Northwood.

Penny Lane and her posse, collectively named The Generations Choir, will release their single, Nothing Lasts Forever, on November 13, with all proceeds going to the LJMC, located in the Mount Vernon Cancer Centre.

The heartfelt track, released by the Wienerworld record label, was originally written a few years ago by Penny and composer Glenn Keiles. It’s a personal, uplifting record dedicated to all those suffering from cancer.

Penny, who’s made more than 50 appearances on various TV shows and BBC specials, was aided in her recovery by the staff at the centre.

A plethora of West End musical and theatrical vocal talent is involved in the tune, including: Jodie Steele (Wicked, Fame, Rent), Richie Sampson (Soul Kinda Wonderful), Lynsey Simon (Billy Ocean, John Denver), Richard Shelton (Rat Pack Confidential, Emmerdale), Miriam Stockley (backing vocalist/guest appearances for Freddie Mercury, Queen), Natasha Bernard, Vivien Ellis (singer, community choir leader, music researcher), guitarist Erwin Keiles (Jamiroquai, Take That, Westlife), drummer Ian Palmer (The Ghosts, Jane McDonald), singer/songwriters Moss Kena and Daniel Briskin, and of course, Penny herself.

The track will be available on all popular digital download and streaming platforms, with all profits being donated to the Lynda Jackson Macmillan Centre.

To donate £5, text LYNDAJACKSON 5 to 70085. To donate £10, text LYNDAJACKSON 10 to 70085, or to donate a larger amount please visit

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