SCOTSTOWN’S ULTAN SHERRY COULD BE CHRISTMAS NO. 1 WITH ‘LET THE SNOWFLAKES FALL’

14 December 2012 No Comments by The Northern Standard

By Veronica Corr

No-one can resist a good Christmas song and festive tunes don’t come much catchier than ‘Let The Snowflakes Fall’, written and performed by Ultan Sherry, a twenty-year-old Media Studies student from Scotstown.
Ultan, who is currently studying in Maynooth wrote the song during his Christmas holidays last year.
As we went to press the song and accompanying video had received almost 140,000 hits on YouTube, despite the fact that it was only uploaded on Monday week, having been recorded the previous day by Murphy Video Services, Emyvale.
Ultan, who has Asperger’s Syndrome, decided to donate all the proceeds of his Christmas single to Autism Ireland.
The tune costs 99 cent to download from iTunes and Paddy Power has it as the third favourite to become …

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