Joe McElderry to make guest appearance in Coronation Street musical Street of Dreams

Lloyd, Peter
March 2012
Pink Paper;3/30/2012, p20
The article reports that X Factor winner Joe McElderry will make a guest appearance in the musical "Street of Dreams," in the summer of 2012 where he will sing the finale song "Ghost-Take My Hand," written by Street of Dreams composer Trisha Ward.


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