Group Member Dennis Parker Sings Lead On Both With Instrumentals From Tony Wray and Tim Crouch
Nashville, Tenn. – Get ready to jingle all the way with Lord of the Strings‘ newest holiday singles! Tony Wray, Tim Crouch and Dennis Parker have put their own Bluegrass twist on “Away In A Manger” and “White Christmas.” These cheerful tunes are sure to make your season merry and bright. Both tunes are now on all major digital retailers and streaming platforms!
Both singles are beloved holiday tunes that have stood the test of time, and now have a unique Roots twist spearheaded by studio veteran Wray. Originally sung by Bing Crosby in 1942, “White Christmas” has since become a timeless classic that captures the essence of the holiday season. “Away In A Manger” is a traditional Christmas carol with roots dating back to the late 19th century, and its poignant lyrics and gentle melody evoke a sense of peace and comfort. Both songs have become authentic staples of the holiday season, resonating with people of all ages and backgrounds. Whether you’re singing along to “White Christmas” or humming the tune of “Away In A Manger,” these classic holiday tunes are sure to fill your heart with warmth and nostalgia, making them the perfect addition to your holiday playlist.
The Lord Of The Strings ensemble has brought together Wray, Parker, and Crouch, long-time friends and gifted musicians. Despite their hectic schedules, these artists are passionately working on new studio material. Their natural chemistry has always translated into amazing music, and the new collaborations promise to be no different. Their first mainstream Bluegrass release “Stone By Stone” came out in the fall, and showcases their exceptional musicianship and ability to blend traditional sounds with a modern approach. It’s clear that they are committed to their craft and creating music that resonates with fans.
Lord of the Strings has exciting plans for 2024, with fresh new music that will keep fans coming back for more. The authentic experience is not to be missed, so stay tuned for updates throughout the year.
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