Scottish heart-throb hosts giant live web-cast today in support o IYD 2017

He was the lead singer and heart-throb of Scottish band, Rewind and became an overnight web sensation with his Sam Smith cover, now Edinburgh singer/songwriter, Jack Robertson is supporting this year’s United Nation’s International Youth Day 2017 (12 August) with his new single, ‘Enough’.  Conveying an inspirational message of ‘we’ve had enough’ to support this year’s theme of ‘Youth Building Peace’, Jack represents the voice of the world’s youth who simply want a world of peace for their generation.

Bringing his message to life for the planet, Jack Robertson will be delivering a live global webcast on International Youth Day, a free, global digital gig for everyone to share the message of peace.  Join him for the free peace gig at:

3pm on 12 August at:

“It’s great to be able to use ‘song’ to support International Youth Day,” comments Jack, ”We’re the next generation and we want to grow into a world that’s peaceful. I felt ‘song’ was the best way to get that message out to people of my generation, as music is a universal language that we all understand no matter where we’re from.  Song is a universal language, I hope everyone sings along on International Youth Day.” 

Join Jack at 3pm and become part of one of the biggest online global events for International Youth Day this year!

August 12, 2017 11:11am by The PR Stable   Comments (0)

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