Legendary Country Group’s Take on Roger Miller’s Classic Christmas Song Now Available for Radio Airplay
Nashville, Tenn. (November 22, 2016) — Legendary country group Restless Heart is releasing its first-ever Christmas single to radio. The band recorded the classic Roger Miller-penned holiday tune, “Old Toy Trains,” for their previously released Christmas album, A Restless Heart Christmas (Red River Entertainment). The song is available for radio airplay starting today.
“Greg Jennings, our guitar player and producer of our Christmas album, thought we should record the song and I remember hearing it when I was a child,” says Restless Heart lead singer Larry Stewart. “I remember loving it then and as we sat down to consider recording it, I thought ‘wow’ we may have found something really special. It’s not a song that’s been recorded as much as other classic Christmas songs. So it’s cool we kinda found a diamond in the rough. Roger Miller wrote it and it’s my favorite holiday song we do live.”
Listen to the song HERE.
“Old Toy Trains” and A Restless Heart Christmas are available for download at iTunes and Amazon.
Radio stations and media outlets interested in an MP3 copy of the song should send their request to email@example.com.
About Restless Heart
Larry Stewart, John Dittrich, Greg Jennings, Paul Gregg and Dave Innis, the men who make up Restless Heart, have enjoyed one of the most successful group careers in country music history. The band has placed over 25 singles on the charts with six consecutive #1 hits, four of their albums have been certified Gold by the RIAA and they have won a wide range of awards from many organizations including the Academy of Country Music’s “Top Vocal Group.”
For additional information on Restless Heart visit www.restlessheartband.com.
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