The early songs of Foxy Freedom in 2008 and 2009 show how their music developed rapidly from a simple beginning.

Freedom Here I Come - was the first song recorded using the name Foxy Freedom in 2008. The song was written in about twenty minutes around the name of the band. It was also the first song to start selling online, even before any of the band’s songs had been on a public broadcast.

Dance Tonight Forget Tomorow - recorded later in 2008, was intended to be a simple dance song and was released at the same time as Freedom Here I Come. Dance Tonight was chosen as the first Foxy Freedom song to be broadcast. It was not known at the time that Freedom Here I Come had already started to sell but probably it would not have made any difference to the broadcaster who chose it.

Early in 2009 fans voted for Foxy Freedom to be featured on their local radio station’s website where they have been ever since.

Someone’s Going to be Lonely was recorded in 2009 and within days of being available on the internet, it was played on various radio stations around the world.

The next exciting episode to be added soon…

Edited by FoxyFreedom on 10 May 2010, 13:33

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