A COUPLE from Kidderminster performed a duet live to their street during the Clap for our Carers nationwide tribute.

Nineteen-year-old Chloe Higgins, who works as a carer, and her saxophone-playing boyfriend Sam Pagett sang to neighbours from their front lawn in Canterbury Road as people came out to pay tribute to workers on the frontline of the coronavirus outbreak.

Chloe's mum Rachel, who is also a carer, joined the pair for the performance, which was broadcast live on Facebook and attracted viewers as far afield as Miami, Plymouth and France.

At 8pm, when the nation joined to Clap for our Carers, Sam, who is half of the musical duo The Lady and the Sax, played Somewhere Over the Rainbow and the house was lit up blue as a tribute to the NHS.

Sam told The Shuttle: "Both Chloe and her mum are carers and are still working so we wanted to show our support.

"We went out at about 7.30pm and then I did Somewhere Over the Rainbow for the clap at 8pm.

"The whole street came out and people were sat on top of their cars watching.

"We also had messages on Facebook from people who live on the street behind saying they could hear us.

"We actually got asked by someone if we can sing at their wedding!"