TRACK NAME - DD384
Lady In Red
ARTISTS NAME
Virjilla Joyce
ALBUM
Single Release
RELEASE DATE
29/07/2020
TRACK LENGTH
3:59
ISRC CODE
TBA
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Virjilla Joyce – Lady In Red

Virjilla Joyce is excited to release her latest single Lady in Red.
Inspired by her Auntie who lost her battle with breast cancer, Virjilla used the power of music to ease her grief and sadness. Sitting in the candlelight with her guitar, the simple melody and lyrics naturally flowed, and Lady in Red was created.
Virjilla wanted to gift the song to her family to remind them of the powerful memory and spirt of her Aunty that still lives on!

Virjilla believes she was gifted this song by her Aunt so she feels that she needs to return the gesture by donating $1 from each sale purchase of her latest single Lady in Red until the end of this year to The McGrath Foundation who to ensure every family experiencing breast cancer has the support of a Breast Care Nurse, no matter where they live – for free.

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Written by: 

Vijilla Joyce Walker

TRACK NAME - DD384
Lady In Red
ARTISTS NAME
Virjilla Joyce
RELEASE DATE
29/07/2020
ISRC CODE
TBA
ALBUM
Single Release
TRACK LENGTH
3:59

Virjilla Joyce – Lady In Red

Virjilla Joyce is excited to release her latest single Lady in Red.
Inspired by her Auntie who lost her battle with breast cancer, Virjilla used the power of music to ease her grief and sadness. Sitting in the candlelight with her guitar, the simple melody and lyrics naturally flowed, and Lady in Red was created.
Virjilla wanted to gift the song to her family to remind them of the powerful memory and spirt of her Aunty that still lives on!

Virjilla believes she was gifted this song by her Aunt so she feels that she needs to return the gesture by donating $1 from each sale purchase of her latest single Lady in Red until the end of this year to The McGrath Foundation who to ensure every family experiencing breast cancer has the support of a Breast Care Nurse, no matter where they live – for free.

Written by: 

Vijilla Joyce Walker