A MUSICIAN raised £1,000 from sales of his album for Hoylake RNLI Lifeboat Station.
Gerry Smyth gave the money through sales of his album of sea shanties called ‘Roll and Go’.
Gerry, who is a doctor at Liverpool John Moore’s for cultural and history, has lived in Hoylake for five years.
Gerry, originally from Dublin, is working on his next album called ‘Across the Western Ocean’ and features artists Ian Prowse, Jimmy Rae, Reckless Elbow, Caroline England, Esther Smyth, and Wirral Ukulele Band.
All proceeds will again be given to Hoylake RNLI, who rely on voluntary contributions.
Both albums are on sale at Hoylake RNLI Lifeboat Station, Hoylake Lifeboat Museum.