One In A Million

THE Steve Prescott Foundation are delighted to announce that John Parr of St Elmo’s Fire fame has composed and recorded a special tribute song called ‘Man of Steel’.

The rock legend was inspired by Steve Prescott’s brave fight with cancer and his pioneering multi visceral transplant.

This came after Ben Moorhouse and Gaynor Thompson approached the musician with Steve’s story.

During the lead up to their special SPF challenge walk in Rhodes, they created a video montage of Steve’s fundraising since 2006 and wanted a soundtrack to complement it.

They knew of John’s impactful anthem St Elmo’s Fire which had been a huge worldwide hit and US Number One – and the fact it had been used by the Rick Hanson foundation that funds spinal research.

John says: “I was sent a video link a few weeks ago and was so moved by it I was compelled to write “Man of Steel” as a tribute to Steve Prescott.

“Steve’s story is truly inspiring, awarded the MBE for his tireless efforts to raise funds and awareness for medical research whilst battling his own debilitating illness is testament to the human spirit.”

The emotive words capture the courage and inspiration of Steve and was recorded by John and friends from his vast network of impressive musicians.

Linzi Prescott says: “I am overwhelmed and deeply touched by this special song ‘Man of Steel.’ It brings a tear to my eye every time I listen to the track.

“Myself and the boys, Taylor and Koby, are very proud! I cannot thank John Parr enough for all the time, effort and dedication he has put into composing this song and also the fantastic calibre of musicians who have helped to record it with him.

“I must also express my thanks to Richard Allen for advising and continually communicating with us throughout. The song is another branch to Stephen’s legacy, which will see his name live on and continue to inspire!”

The SPF would like to thank John Parr for his fantastic gesture and for his time and dedication to producing this special song in memory of Precky.

Massive thanks also to Richard Allen, audio engineer and Press & Marketing Manager to John Parr Music Limited for his support and advice in getting this track released.

Thanks also to the musicians for their time and expertise in recording the track. If this song can be a fraction of the success of St Elmo’s fire then the legacy of Steve Prescott will continue forever.

You can download the track here on iTunes for 79p or from Amazon for 99p.

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