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Cappella group share Bob Dylan’s love in isolation

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MISSING their weekly rehearsals due to lockdown, Warrington based female cappella group Vocal Infinity recorded themselves in isolation with a version of Bob Dylan’s “To Make You Feel My Love” ❤️

The 30 strong group started back in 2010 and normally rehearse every Thursday in the church hall of St Johns URC on Wilderspool Causeway.
They sing mainly pop songs, everything from The Beatles to The Scissor Sisters. They’ve sung locally at The Warrington Makers Market and Stockton Heath Festival and further afield at Carfest North and lots of other things inbetween.
During this difficult time like all groups they can’t physically get together to sing, so they decided to record themselves individually and put the song together to share with their friends and families and to share with the community.

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