‘We hope they feel the excitement and joy of Christmas’
Sarah Keaveny Vos · CBC News · Posted: Dec 03, 2018 5:00 PM AT | Last Updated: December 4, 2018
‘We just fiddled around with our ukuleles, played the chords that we knew and just kind of went with the flow,’ says Ally MacLeod, left, with friend Liah Clayton. (Jane Robertson/CBC)
Two Island teens have written and produced a new holiday song they hope will make this Christmas a little brighter for Islanders in need — the girls are donating all of the money from online sales of Hurry Santa to the P.E.I. charity Santa’s Angels.
Liah Clayton and Ally MacLeod, both 15, released the song less than a week ago and it’s already made almost $500.