Don’t Save It All For Christmas Day
Friday 6 November 2020
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Larry Stewart, an American country music icon, is best known for his role as lead singer of the country band Restless Heart. It’s a voice you’ve heard on 26 Billboard hits, 14 Top Tens, 6 #1’s, plus has garnered Grammy, CMA and ACM group of the year awards and nominations.
Starting in 1993, Stewart also recorded four solo albums charting eight singles including a top 5 with “Alright Already” on the Billboard Hot Country Singles charts before reuniting with Restless Heart in 2002. The group is celebrating their 35th year with all five original members and was recently inducted into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame. Restless Heart Hits include: “The Bluest Eyes In Texas”, “I’ll Still Be Loving You”, “When She Cries”, “That Rock Won’t Roll”, “Why Does It have To Be (Wrong or Right)” and many more.
Stewart said: “The moment I heard ‘Don’t Save It All For Christmas Day’, I thought it had one of the best secular messages that I have heard in a Christmas song in a while. Loving others and caring for children and people in need every day all year long gives a very hopeful and heartfelt sentiment. I wasn’t sure my producer Brent Rader and I could pull off a Celine Dion song but I think we captured a beautiful magic and I made it my own. It’s a great message for the times we are living in.”
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