Song of the Day: “Blue Christmas” by Engelbert Humperdinck

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Engelbert Humperdinck (Photo by Greg Gorman)

Engelbert Humperdinck recently released his new studio version of “Blue Christmas.” The Elvis Presley classic has been updated by Engelbert with a Texas Two Step arrangement, released by OK!Good Records.

The surprise Christmas single follows the release of Engelbert’s Sentiments EP that saw the iconic vocalist record songs including Elton John’s “Don’t Let the Sun Go Down on Me,” Bob Dylan’s “Forever Young,” Charlie Chaplin’s “Smile” as well as a duet with UK singer/songwriter Janet Devlin of Elvis Presley’s “Can’t Help Falling in Love.”

Stream “Blue Christmas” by Engelbert Humperdinck on Spotify:

Following the success of his first ever Christmas Special on Dec. 12, Engelbert has announced that the stream will now be available on demand. With a ticket price of $15, the show will be available until 11:59pm (PT) on Dec. 26.

Speaking on his weekly YouTube Vlog (“Tuesday Museday”) Engelbert said, “I hope you all enjoyed my livestream Christmas concert special over the weekend. Many of you have asked about being able to see it again so today we have some exciting news for you. If you missed it, or if you would just like to celebrate the magic of the holiday season with me again, we will be making the concert available On-Demand on Looped starting from today, through until December 26th.”

He added, “A portion of the ticket price will be donated to Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, so I hope you will join me to help support this great cause. You can get your tickets now by going to Looped.live.com or Engelbert.com.”

Watch Engelbert Humperdinck’s Christmas concert online!

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