Sandi Bogle from Channel 4’s Gogglebox has teamed up with 15-year-old singer-songwriter, Jack Rose, to battle for the 2016 Christmas number one, against favourites Matt Terry, The London Hospices Choir, Friends of Jo Cox, Zayn Malik and Taylor Swift.
The duo joined forces in June of this year to work on their very own version of the Christmas classic, “White Christmas”, in aid of the Great Ormond Street Hospital, a children's charity that provides world-class care and pioneers new treatments and cures for childhood illnesses.
“It’s been an absolute pleasure to work with such a talented and professional young man. Jack and I are proud to be supporting Great Ormond Street Hospital” said Sandi.
Jack also contacted Kevin Thorpe at Big Jam Studios, who agreed to record the track; musician, Ricky Patel, who plays the acoustic guitar; mastering engineer, Shane The Cutter; and renowned artist, The Doodle Man, who has created the single cover – all of whom, in the spirit of Christmas, offered their services for free.
The 15-year-old from Kent has had a passion for singing since he was very young and is really excited about supporting and raising awareness for GOSH.
“Ever since I was small I have wanted to do something cool for charity, and being able to work with Sandi has been so much fun. We just hope and pray that our donation will help to put a smile of the faces of the children that have to spend their Christmas in hospital this year.”
The single is available for preorder on iTunes now, will be on general release from the 22nd of December, and is available here: www.christmas-song.co.uk
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