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November 25, 2020

Wes Mason
"Christmas I Really Miss Us"

Wes, along with former Sony/Arista recording artist/composer, Cindy Valentine have collaborated and co-produced this Holiday song, "Christmas I Really Miss Us". "The song reflects what's happening with today's COVID-19 crisis and how people all over the world may be separated this holiday as a result of the global pandemic. But, the song's message is one of hope and belief where dream...

November 25, 2020

 Judy Pancoast
"The House On Christmas Street"

When I was writing music for my first Christmas album, I was brainstorming for ideas that haven't been done before. I realized that in every town I'd lived in there was always that one special house that everyone visited during the holidays, and everybody in town could tell you where it was, but no one had ever written a song about it. I turned to my husband and said, "I'm gonna wr...

November 24, 2020

Danielle Juhre
"You & I"

"You & I" was written with my best friend and producer, Matt Legrand in his apartment in Chicago almost a year ago today. Matt had a piano part that he was unable to write lyrics to and sat at the piano and played it for me and I immediately started singing the entire chorus line by line and it was the first time in my life I had ever written something that way and that quickly. We wrote the entire...

November 20, 2020

 Ashley 1st
"Santa Baby"

"What's amazing about this recording of "Santa Baby" is that I recorded it in just one take for what I thought was a small gift to only my family since I was making my Christmas gifts from scratch that year. Little did I know my "mix tape" would catapult into the hands of record labels and radio stations like yours! It was born out of love and purely in the moment with new twists and turns. I love singi...

November 20, 2020

Antherius
"December Carol"

"Greetings all, this is Antherius – a Houston, Texas native who is a one-man “do-it-all” composer, performer, arranger, engineer, and producer.  My professional music career began in 2006.

December Carol (also known as “Carol of the Bells”) is a well-known Christmas tune, and one of a dozen tracks off of my Christmas album “Distant Christmas.” In this track, I was going for an alternate, so...

November 18, 2020

Nick Caster
"Tonight"

"Tonight" was written to be classy, exciting, and sexy. It's about living in the moment with someone special, when the laws of attraction are intense and undeniable. No matter what you're doing or how busy you are.. let it happen, let go, and let the music take control. "Tonight" was written in LA and mastered with Paul Grundman of Bernie Grundman Mastering in Hollywood. Some of my influences are Enrique I...

November 16, 2020

Linda Imperial
"Christmas You and Me"

"I love the holidays and Christmas is one of my favorites. It's such a special time of the year - a time where, all over the globe, there's merriment and good cheer. People actually try to reflect on peace, love, and goodwill. So the holidays were coming up and I heard this melody in my head and thought how lovely it is to share moments with that special person in your life. Then the words...

November 16, 2020

Ventresca
"Gingerbread Boy"

Hey this is VentrescaGingerbread Boy was the inspiration of my cowrighter Cindy Valentine and when she presented the ideas I fell in love with it instantly but due to covid I was forced to record the vocals in Toronto, Canada while the production was done by Cindy in New York. I think all Holidays bring wishes and miracles and I feel this song is a relevant miracle because the pandemic didn't...

November 11, 2020

Hilary Roberts
"Ringer"

"Ringer" is about narcissists. How they present to be one way, then they turn into.... I don't want to give it away...Because they're psychopaths with no conscience, you can't sit there and love them. You can forgive for your own sanity, but stay the heck away…" - Hilary Roberts

"A Ringer is someone who puts you through the wringer, it can be emotionally, financially, physically or mentally. Hilary...

November 6, 2020

David Britton
"You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch"

"Many folks are familiar with the original 1966 version of this song by Thurl Ravenscroft, and I've always enjoyed trying my best to imitate him, not that anyone can really do his voice justice! (Incidentally, he was also the voice of Tony the Tiger!). And the song itself captures an image of this really terrible Grinch character, and it has also however, caused me some literal pain...

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