Radio 2’s Ken Bruce on song
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Radio 2’s Ken Bruce on song

BBC Radio 2's Ken Bruce celebrates his 58th birthday this week with the release of the Scottish classic Donald Where's Your Troosers? with proceeds of the single going to BBC Children in Need.

Bruce recorded the single in collaboration with Steve Wright's "Ask Elvis". The pair got together to duet the song made famous in the Sixties by fellow Scot Andy Stewart. The track is part of the Bandaged album released before Christmas, an album featuring the vocal talents of radio personalities including Mark Radcliffe and Eamonn Holmes.

Ken Bruce says: "It was incredible fun recording this single for BBC Children in Need. I love any opportunity to celebrate my Scottish heritage so let's hope that along with having a bit of fun we can also raise a bit of money for the children, and perhaps buy Pudsey a pair of troosers!"

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0 0 759 04 February, 2009 Industry News 1:18 pm 20092 Wednesday, February 4th, 2009

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