12 Days of Christmas Tunes #1 Daryl Mosley “An Old Fashioned Christmas”

Bringing new music and holiday cheer, Daryl Mosley recently released “An Old Fashioned Christmas”. A tune that a longing nostalgia feeling to the heart and soul of listeners. We all love to think back on Christmas’s of long ago and how much different the world was. That is exactly what Daryl expresses in this amazing new Christmas hit.

“One of my favorite parts of the holiday season is the nostalgic aspect of it all. Many of us look forward every year to hearing those classic songs, exchanging gifts, and honoring family traditions,” says Daryl. “This song is a celebration of all of those things. We tried to capture those warm and fuzzy, Norman Rockwell kind of emotions that Christmas brings about.”

“An Old Fashioned Christmas” is co-written by Mosley and long-time collaborator Rick Lang. It features the Waverly, Tennessee native’s heartfelt voice and lyrics that deliver a nostalgic message. Sister Sadie songstress Jaelee Roberts adds her stellar harmony vocals and Grascals’ co-founder Danny Roberts shares producer credits with Mosley.

Whatever happened to an old fashioned Christmas

Like the ones that we had in my childhood days

Snowflakes a-dancing outside of the window

And stocking hung hopeful on the warm fireplace

Bing Crosby crooning and dreaming in white

Carolers gather to sing ‘Silent Night’

A Lionel train runs around the big tree

While I’m writing a letter to Santa from me

An Old Fashioned Christmas with family close by

As sweet as the cider and Mom’s pumpkin pie

A little lower in volume and slower in speed

An old fashioned Christmas is just what we need (D. Mosley /R. Lang)

To keep up with the latest news stories, upcoming tour dates and more, visit Daryl’s official website HERE. Fans can also follow the singer/songwriter on Facebook and Instagram, plus check out his Spotify artist page.

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