Peter Crouch and Paul Potts to release Christmas album in aid of LGBT+ charity

England football legend Peter Crouch is releasing a Christmas album with opera star Paul Potts – in which football terrace chants are mashed up with classical music.The unlikely collaboration sees the duo deliver a unique twist on popular fan songs such as “Enger-land, Enger-land, Enger-land” and “V.A.R, My Lord, V.A.R”.Titled “Crouchy Conducts The Classics”, the eight-track charity album also features orchestral versions of “Who Ate All The Pies” and “We Love You England”.Crouch makes his conductorial debut in the concept album, which has been created in partnership with bookmaker Paddy Power – which has even launched a record label to support the new release.The former England star leads a 20-piece orchestra through a canon of terrace anthems, supported by a full gospel and chamber choir, and three world-class operatic soloists – including Paul Potts, who mesmerises with his stirring rendition of “You’re Not Singing Anymore”.SWNS