Collaborations CD



is a celebration of songs by writer/composer

Elliot Davis

(co-writer of Olivier nominated musical ‘Loserville’) written with

Adam Bard, James Bourne, Stephen Clark, Anthony Drewe, Graham Gouldman, Sam Kenyon


Andy Stocks.

The 13 track recording stars West End performers, including

Julie Atherton

(Avenue Q),

Paul Baker


James Bourne


Kirsty Hoiles

(Betty Blues Eyes),

Caroline Sheen

(Les Miserables),

Scarlett Strallen

(A Chorus Line),

Carley Stenson


Michael Xavier

(two time Olivier nominee), and features pop and songs taken from musicals; ‘Loserville’, ‘Out There’, and ‘Best Friends And Butterflies’.

Collaborations brings together some of the best songwriters in pop and British musical theatre with some of the best performers currently working in the West End, and sold all in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust.


  1. Living In The Future Now
    sung by James Bourne
  2. Still
    sung by Kirsty Hoiles
  3. Gloria
    sung by Tim Estherby
  4. And So It Was
    sung by Paul Baker
  5. Learn To Dance
    sung by James Bourne
  6. 24 7
    sung by Caroline Sheen, Scarlett Strallen & Melissa Jacques
  7. How About Love?
    sung by North By North West Choir
  8. The Coldest Of Men
    sung by Michael Xavier
  9. Miss The Future
    sung by Julie Atherton
  10. Antidote To Love
    sung by Carley Stenson
  11. Lifetime Of Love
    sung by Kirsty Hoiles
  12. Space
    sung by James Bourne
  13. The Village Song
    sung by Andy Stocks

Released 23rd September 2013 - Catalogue No: SimGR- CD019

LISTEN NOW... to a selection of tracks from the album

"this CD came as a lovely surprise … a nice selection of styles and vocal talents to enjoy … there is something for everyone"

Musical Theatre Review

"there is definitely much to enjoy on this album … in some cases, song and singer come together to achieve something special."

The Public Reviews✭✭✭✭

"SimG Records has produced yet another wonderful album and Eliot Davis’ music is simply superb. I would urge everyone to buy a copy - brilliant tunes for you to enjoy and giving to charity in the same breath."


"8/10 “there is no shortage of talent on this recording … the songs are a testament to how comfortable Davis is in writing in different styles … a very enjoyable listen."

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