Monday, November 11, 2013

Updated Links

New links for:

The Joy of Christmas - The Living Guitars
Merry Christmas - The Mills Brothers
Christmas with The William Booth Singers and Salvation Army Band
Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer - As Told by Paul Wing


  1. Happy Holidays from EiPR!

    Effective Immediately PR is proud to announce the release of four new seasonal singles from some of the hardest working acts in music!

    Listen To All Of The Songs:

    Charlotte Sometimes ("Baby Please Come Home")

    "Baby Please Come Home", by The Voice finalist, Charlotte Sometimes, delivers an uplifting and charming holiday vibe sure to get everyone is the mood for the Christmas season.

    Marco Argiro ("Christmas Light")

    "Christmas Light" is a relaxing and melodic Christmas time song which rolls along with ease by the rootsy rock singer, Marco Argiro.

    Antigone Rising ("Santa, You Owe Me")

    "Santa, You Owe Me" from all-female country rock force Antigone Rising, is a witty, sassy take on getting your just desserts for doing Santa's dirty work.

    Rory Partin ("Baby, It's Cold Outside")

    "Baby, It's Cold Outside", by powerhouse of soulful big band, Rory Partin, features his wife and musical partner Alexa James and captures their signature harmonies.

    Kristin Hoffmann ("Silent Night", "O Holy Night", "Place Of Peace", "In Our Hearts")

    "Silent Night", "O Holy Night", "Place Of Peace" and "In Our Hearts", are all delivered by ethereal renaissance pop songstress and multi-instrumentalist, Kristin Hoffmann. In these four holiday songs, she delivers her signature dynamic and soothing vocals that will warm you up this Christmas season.

    For all media inquiries, please contact Effective Immediately PR.

    Jillian Santella (
    Mike Del Priore (
    Meijin Bruttomesso (
    212-777-6727 x204

  2. Hi Ryan, thanks for all your efforts in spreading the musical Christmas Spirit. I was wondering if you could make your previous Hi-Fi Holidays Christmas Compilations available. I only found Vol. 4 - 6. What about 1,2,3 and 7 ?

    Thanks again and Merry Christmas,


    1. Hi Lars - if you look hard enough you can find the latest editions ;)

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