One and All is released today, a compilation featuring some of the greatest musical talents from the South West, with all revenue going to the Cornwall Community Foundation to help those in Cornwall affected by coronavirus.

The album features 27 tracks, with a variety of genres from some of the best artists Cornwall (where RouteNote HQ is based) has to offer. Including RouteNote’s own artists: Jordan Jane, Katie McConnell, Hypophora, Si Spex, WAXX, Fatlantic, Bryn Oldfield and Sam Sweeney. One and All was brought together by artists Jordan Jane and Tom Briggs.

I am hugely proud of everyone who took part in this album, everyone who has donated a track, everyone who has spread the word. I think it shows that in times of need, communities come together. I also couldn’t think of a better charity for this money to be going to, the Cornwall Community Foundation are doing such amazing work and I’m so pleased they are onboard. I hope everyone enjoys the album as much as I do.

Jordan Jane & Tom Briggs – Compilation Curators

I’m very grateful to Jordan and Tom for pulling together the album so quickly, featuring 27 of the best artists in the south west, to raise funds for the Cornwall Coronavirus Emergency Appeal. Their determination to help is a true reflection of the community spirit of Cornwall. These are very difficult times for all and the epidemic is having a significant impact on self employed people, including artists and musicians. Despite having all their gigs cancelled for the next few months these musicians have put Cornwall first and are helping to raise funds to support others. I can’t wait to listen to the new album – I’m sure it will lift our spirits while we get through this crisis.

Tamas Haydu – Chief Executive, Cornwall Community Foundation

To donate to the Cornwall Community Foundation, click here.

To see how this money will help the community, click here.

Find the album on stores, listen to it below or purchase it on iTunes.