“I’ve got my own band,” said Myleene Klass after revealing she recorded a lullaby album with her musically gifted children.
he is former pop star Hear’Say and her daughters, Ava, 14, who has secured a place at the Royal Academy of Music, and 11-year-old Hero, who is preparing to take the entrance exam. Seven piano subjects, joined the project force.
The album, titled My Lullabies: Motown, is a collection of 13 classic songs reinterpreted, including Stevie Wonder’s My Cherie Amour and The Temptations’ My Girl.
Klass, 44, told Hello magazine: “They’re my girls. We are Klass girls, that’s how we see ourselves.
“It was an extraordinary collaboration and I had my own band.”
Klass revealed she has dedicated the song What Becomes Of The Brokenhearted from the album to all her “angel babies”, who have had four miscarriages.
“Just because I put a lullaby album out there, doesn’t mean it’s for a perfect world,” she said. I cried all the way through that song – recording and sobbing.”
The idea for the album came from Myleene’s Music Klass lessons that she taught on YouTube during a national course, which her children often attend.
Daughter Hero said: “We have a special relationship, and we will always be together.”
Myleene also joked her three-year-old son Apollo with fiancé Simon Motson could join the family musical venture.
“Well, I need a drummer. He throws all sorts of things around the house for him to show his true potential,” added the TV presenter.
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