'Will You Remember Me' was written to raise awareness of TAS-The Abandoned Soldier.The "Abandoned Soldier" (TAS) statue, modeled on the face of a British ex-soldier Daniel Twiddy, was originally created for a 2007 BBC TV program made by journalist Tim Samuels. This was part of a 3-part series 'Power to the People', which aimed to give a voice to various disenfranchised groups
International Harpist & Vocalist Bethan Myfanwy Hughes; pioneer in harp therapy and therapeutic harp music. Has dedicated her life to supporting the wellbeing of serving and injured troops; combat veterans and fallen heroes. Her music has been used on the front line with international armed forces since 2001 to help with sleep deprivation, pain management and combat stress. Her music has been recognised and given UK and US awards for service, voluntry work and the wellbeing of others.
Her wellbeing label 'Healing Harp' is used to calm, soothe, relax and restore; Bethan uses her musical, therapeutic and nursing background to support the stresses and strains of daily life. Her work has been documented on International radio, TV and newspapers.
On a concert level, Bethan is a recognised supporting artist for many International soloists and bands.
Proceeds Raised from this single will support TAS and Individual Abandoned Soldiers accross the world.