Dublin Teenagers from The StageDoor Ireland School of Performing Arts are
‘Taking it to the Max’
The ‘Stagedoor Squad’ from the Stagedoor Ireland, school of performing arts in South Dublin are set to release their debut single ‘Taking it to the Max’ in aid of the:
‘Baby Max Wings of love appeal’ on Friday the 4th of May 2012
The group consisting of seven very talented teenage girls all from the Dun Laoghaire area are very excited about the upcoming release of this original song written by Pat Howe and produced and engineered by Greg French.
All profits from the sale of this single will go towards purchasing life saving equipment for paediatric units and hospitals all around the country.
‘Baby Max wings of love fund’ was founded by Darina Ni Chuinneagain and Declan Donnelly following the tragic death of their son Max just over ten years ago to Meningitis B and Meningicoccal Septicaemia.
In memory of Max and to save the lives of other children and avoid parents the painful loss they have suffered, Darina and Declan continue to purchase vital medical equipment for Hospitals/Hospices and Paediatric units Nationwide.
The song was inspired on two levels. Often Darina would talk of asking Max for help whenever somebody was asking for something. Essentially a prayer to Max. Also the positive message of people taking things to the maximum of their abilities. That is what the girls of the Stagedoor Squad are doing in their performance of this new song..‘