Check out the new Christmas Charity single ‘Christmas Way’!

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You might remember a few weeks ago we were joined in the studio by Britain’s Got Talent finalists The Neales and Bethan Wyn Davis to work on a very special festive project…Well, we’re finally able to reveal all!

This Christmas, a whole host of celebrities have come together to release an ace new charity single, ‘Christmas Way’, some of which was recorded right here at Gospel Oak! The track, which is supported by The Stiliyan Petrov Foundation will raise money with their festive message for three incredible charities, Help For Heroes, Bloodwise, and NSPCC.

Written by songwriter and producer Glenn James McDonald and engineered by our very own Austen Kilburn, the song features a whole host of celebrities who have given up their time to back the cause, including Black Sabbath’s Tony lommi, the recently crowned winner of BBC Songs of Praise Gospel Choir of the Year, the star of Gary Barlow’s ITV show ‘Journey to Afganistan’ Jonny Marenghi, and ‘Alfie the Astronaut’ from the NSPCC advert, as well as of course The Neales and Bethan Wyn Davis!

As part of the project, we were also joined by the football legend himself, Stylian (Stan) Petrov, in the studio for an exclusive interview with Midlands Today!!

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And you can be with a chance of winning yourself an awesome Christmas present in the shape of a signed Joe Hart kit (including the shirt worn in the England vs San Marino 6-0 win in September!) just by sharing the video and liking the Christmas Way Facebook page here! So get sharing, and good luck!

The single will be available to order on iTunes from Friday 18th December, and, of course, all money raised will go straight to the chosen charities! And if you’re able to donate a little more to the Christmas Way cause, please give generously here!

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