RTE Orchestra and The Blizzards re-release popular song to raise funds for vital frontline service

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The Blizzards have re-released their hit song “Trust Me I’m A Doctor” to raise money for a vital service to frontline workers.

Frontman Bressie and the band recorded a version of one of their biggest hits with the RTE Orchestra for Heroes Aid.

Believe me I’m a Doctor was at the top of the downloads chart and the top 10 singles for four weeks, and now he’s back and still sounding great.

The hope is that all radio stations will list this new orchestral version of the song, as all proceeds will go to the service.

The charity began during the pandemic when it purchased and delivered much-needed PPE to healthcare workers who worked through the early days of Covid-19.

The non-profit organization has since expanded its services to provide educational and wellness support to all frontline staff.

Some of the Heroes Aid services include a free 24-hour helpline, online wellness tips and tools.

Speaking to Instagram this morning, The Blizzards wrote: “With the help of Irish Radio and our nation, let’s give back to the frontline workers who risked their lives to save ours.

“We recorded #trustmeimadoctor with the beautiful @rteconcertorchestra so we could raise funds for @heroes_aid_ireland, a charity that supports frontline workers in the midst and aftermath of the pandemic.

“By raising funds through this brilliant charity, the hope is that we can provide therapeutic resources to any worker who needs them. Donate € 4 by texting HERO at 50300.”

You can also donate to gofundme.com/HeroesAid21 .

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