Sally and Tom will teach you to sing some sweet harmonies together in a well-known song
Learn to sing in harmony to boost your mood
Date: 10th September 2021
It helps increase the happy hormone dopamine and releases endorphins which can reduce pain and uplift mood.
Singing supports your mental health by reducing stress and anxiety and helping you to connect with others when you sing together. It’s also great for physical health, toning the lungs, increasing heart function and controlling breathing which reduces stress.
Sally and Tom first met at CU17 and have since collaborated (with fellow original unplugger Helena Hornby) on the spoof pandemic-themed cover Lockdown Monday. They’ll take you through a chilled vocal workout, teaching you to sing a well-known tune in harmony as a group and hopefully perform it for your fellow unpluggers in the field.
Tom Clements is a Dorset singer-songwriter who performs both solo and with his group the Clementynes. He’s a firm favourite at Comms Unplugged where his mixture of covers and originals never fails to delight the unpluggers.
Sally Northeast is 1/3 of teamunplugged and has been singing from an early age. Her dad and grandad set up the first Barbershop chorus in Dorset in the 1970s so she grew up singing in harmony. She sang in a uni band and is a member of Dorset Rock Choir.@tclementsmusic