After sharing a tear-jerking song penned for his daughter earlier in the week, Charles Wesley Godwin today melted away the little that was left of our hearts by announcing that he was putting a series of vinyls up for auction in the name of charity.
Three limited edition test pressings of Wesley Godwin's two albums to date, Seneca and How The Mighty Fall, are being sold on eBay. The auction ends on Thursday, January 12.
The proceeds raised from the auction will be donated to WVU Medicine Children’s Hospital Child Life Program.
As Wesley Godwin explains in an Instagram post that the organisation “supports children ranging in age from infants to adolescents in coping with the stress and uncertainty of illness, injury, disability, and hospitalization.
The program goals are to provide medical education, preparation, and support, to aid in reducing fear and anxiety in hospitalized children and families”.
Both albums are extremely highly regarded by Wesley Godwin's burgeoning fanbase, who will no doubt be hoping that the West Virginia crooner is preparing to expand his discography in 2023.
The singer-songwriter has been dropping hints that a new project may well be on the way, having teased a number of unreleased tracks in recent months, such as ‘West of Lonesome’ and ‘Dance in Rain’.
Towards the end of 2022, Charles Wesley Godwin also made a couple of high-profile appearances on Zach Bryan's surprise album, All My Homies Hate Ticketmaster (Live From Red Rocks).
Fans can bid on Charles Wesley Godwin's test pressings here.
Find out more about the WVU Medicine Children’s Hospital Child Life Program here.
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