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Bringing music to care homes

Music is a powerful tool proving to have so many benefits for physical and mental health including:

  • Brain activity - recalling songs can increase brain activity.

  • Reduce Stress - singing can help to reduce life’s stresses. Singing releases your body’s happy hormones. 

  • Cardiovascular health - singing can help care for your lungs. It teaches you to slow down, control and deepen your breathing. It helps to naturally strengthen your abdominal muscles - something that supports your breathing.

Becky offers two packages which can be edited to suit your care home. 

1 - Sing Along Hits

Becky leads a singing group aimed to get everyone singing along. She has a projector and folders with lyrics accompanied by backing tracks. The songs consist of show tunes and popular music from all eras .

2 - Listen and Enjoy

Becky sings and plays keyboard for residents to listen and enjoy. Becky sings songs through the ages which can be acoustic and easy listening, or upbeat and toe tapping.

Some of the many songs include:

Bare necessities

Is this the way to Amarillo


I’m gonna wash that man right outta my hair

Zip a dee doo dah

Dream a little dream Of Me


She’ll be coming round the mountain


You are my sunshine

Here comes the sun

We are the champions

My old mans a dustman

Sweet Caroline

Spoonful of sugar

One that I want

Hippopotamus song

What a wonderful world

Get me to the church on time

Oh what a beautiful morning

(The sun will come out) Tomorrow

When you’re smiling

The sound of music

Mamma Mia


Falling in love with you

My bonnie lies over the ocean

Bring me sunshine

You make me feel so young

Scarborough fair

Your song

Build me up buttercup

Sitting on the dock of the bay

Dancing queen



Que sera sera

Can’t take my eyes off you

Consider yourself

If I loved you

Wild Rover

Show me the way to go home

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