Ever wondered what it would be like to get on a tram with Ozzy Osbourne, Miles Kane or Shaun Ryder? Us too.
Yesterday (June 15) musical legends, Shaun Ryder, Ozzy Osbourne and Miles Kane lent their voices to honor BBC Music Day, and took a ride on the public transport in their hometowns (kinda).
To mark the occasion that celebrates the best of British music, the musicians provided the passenger announcements for the trams in their hometowns of Birmingham (Osbourne), Manchester (Ryder), and Merseyside (Kane). For those commuting, it was definitely a welcome surprise!
Check these out:
— Victoria Sorzano ? (@VicSorzano) 15 June 2017
— Rav kooch (@Rav_Kooch) June 15, 2017
When the Happy Mondays frontman, Shaun Ryder, spoke about his new endeavour, he said,
I enjoyed doing it but I will never listen to it myself as I hate listening to my own voice!
Well, we like listening to your voice, Shaun. It comes alongside further musical support for Manchester after the horrific tragedy a few weeks back, at an Ariana Grande concert. The number of musicians that have rallied around the city since the incident prove that Manchester is all heart and music!
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