The ‘pop up’ performance entertained commuters from 9.45am launching BBC Music Day in the Midlands.
BBC Asian Network also got in on the action with British Asian singer Jay Kadn performing live in the main atrium of Birmingham New Street Station as well as multi-cultural dance troupe DesiNach captivating commuters with a dance routine to a mash up of Bollywood and Urban Music.
And BBC WM’s Richie Anderson will broadcasthis afternoon show live from Birmingham’s Love Lock Bridge at the Mailbox where they broadcast live performances from Birmingham singer songwriter Guy jones, the city’s Homeless Choir, the Azaad Dhol Drummers and a special solo performance from Ocean Colour Scene’s Simon Fowler.
BBC Music Day is returning for its second year, celebrating all types of music from around the UK and the Channel Islands. Bringing live music to people through an exciting range of events around the theme of collaboration, it aims to unite communities across different generations. BBC Music Day will feature broadcasts across BBC TV, Radio and digital services from 6am to midnight.
https://www.iambirmingham.co.uk/2016/06/04/ruby-turner-celebrates-bbc-music-day-at-grand-central/Staff ReporterNewsWhat's OnBBC,BBC Music Day,Birmingham,David Grant,Grand Central,Jay Kadn,Music Day,Ruby Turner,Songs of Praise,Town Hall Gospel ChoirGospel Queen Ruby Turner and a choral Flash Mob delighted commuters with a special performance at Birmingham’s New Street Station yesterday.
The choral spectacular kicked off Birmingham’s BBC Music Day celebrations which will see a host of unique and surprising musical happenings taking place around the city.
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