Rod Stewart is supporting the Teenage Cancer Trust with his new single, ‘Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas’.

TCT is a chosen recipient of Celtic Charity Fund, and the proceeds from the single will be split 40:60 between Celtic Charity Fund and TCT.

“I live a blessed and wonderful life and this Christmas it means a lot to me to be able to do something that can help young people with cancer,” said Rod. “I really admire the work done by Teenage Cancer Trust and I’m happy that Celtic Football Club’s charity fund will help raise money for such a worthwhile cause.”

The Who's Roger Daltrey CBE, TCT patron, says: “I’ve worked with Teenage Cancer Trust for years and it’s a cause I’m really passionate about. They do incredibly important work helping young people with cancer. Rod and I have a passion for football and music in common, it’s great to see him involved with Teenage Cancer Trust.”

Celtic are currently celebrating their 125th anniversary. Celtic Charity Fund was set up in 1995 to support charitable causes in the line with the founding principles of Celtic Football Club and aims to help communities across the world. As part of this commitment, the Fund has chosen to support Teenage Cancer Trust.

‘Merry Christmas, Baby’, the first Christmas album of Rod’s career, is a glorious collection of seasonal standards and traditional songs including a duet with Michael Bublé on ‘Winter Wonderland’.

Download from iTunes from Sunday 9 December, or buy a physical copy from Amazon or HMV from Monday 10 December.

Source: Teenage Cancer Trust

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