All the team of presenters here at Mersey Radio want to take this opportunity to wish all our listeners a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year for 2014, and thank you for all your support. Below is a video of a Christmas Charity single that was recorded on behalf of Alder Hey’s Children Hospital for Yoko Ono’s Charity “imagine”.
The song is called “It’s Christmas” with a lot of big names from the Merseyside area who took part in the recording and the making of the video, Ricky Tomlinson, Ken Dodd, Charlie Landsborough, Stan Boardman, Billy Kinsley, Herbert of Liverpool, Sinbad Mickey Starkey, Pauline Daniels, Radio City’s Pete Price, Danny McColl and BBC Radio Merseyside’s Nick Robins, Kenny Johnson, Roger Phillips Sean Styles, Billy Maher, Frankie Connor, Roger Lyons, Norman Thomas and many more. The CD be available on Amazon (while stocks last) so you’ll be able buy your very own copy with all proceeds going to Alder Hey !! Let’s see if we can it get into the charts!!!! Thank you in advance for buying a copy of this CD and supporting this great cause!
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