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Pop / Rock 27/11/2015

Celebrate The Holidays With More New Original Christmas Music From Songwriter And Recording Artist Carly Jamison

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New York, NY (Top40 Charts) "Christmas May Have To Be Postponed," a new original Christmas song by songwriter and recording artist Carly Jamison debuts today. It is available as a digital download on online stores such as iTunes, Amazon, and Bandcamp, and available for streaming across all streaming platforms including Spotify, YouTube, and Soundcloud.

"Christmas May Have To Be Postponed" is the fifth official Christmas release by the songwriter who says, "I had a lot of fun releasing four new Christmas songs last year and got a great response on them. While that was going on, I was inspired to write another new Christmas song which is the one being released this year. We live-streamed the recording session from Nashville this past June so it's also fun for those who tuned in to be able hear the finished mastered recordings."

This new holiday release was recorded in the Nashville area at The Sound Shelter studio in Franklin, TN and was produced by Tres Sasser, who produced all of Carly's previous recordings as well. When asked about the release, he stated, "We took a Chuck Berry "Run Run Rudolph" approach - suped up Gibson 335s playing 1-4-5 boogie woogie rock and roll mixed with Carly's sassy vocals. This song could really be right at home blasting from an AM radio in 1973 or on a list on 2015 Christmas classics. It's really just a well done fun holiday song to remind you of the Christmas season. The music rocks and the lyrics tell a whimsical story. It fits perfectly in a playlist with Bruce Springsteen's cover of "Santa Claus is Coming To Town" and the afore mentioned Check Berry's "Run Run Rudolph". It's always fun to be a part of something this cool."

Players on the project include Chris Tench on guitars, Tres Sasser on bass, Elton Charles on drums and percussion, and Mike Webb on keyboards. It was engineered by Brett Ryan Stewart and mixed by Joe Costa (known for his work with Ben Folds, Ke$ha, and Brad Paisley) at The Sound Shelter. It was mastered by Pete Lyman at Infrasonic Mastering who is known for his work with Jason Isbell, Courtney Love, Fall Out Boy, Sturgill Simpson, and many others.

Released by OK!Good Records, founder Jurgen Korduletsch stated, "There is a lot of really great new Christmas music out there that is not getting the exposure or recognition that it deserves. It's really a whole genre unto itself. We're releasing one of tomorrow's future classic Christmas songs today."

Visit https://www.carlyjamison.com for more information and to preview the release.
Contact OK!Good Records at https://www.okgoodrecords.com/contact-us/ for free promotional materials.






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