Ringing In The Holiday Season: Reviewing Doug Ferony’s Classic Single, “It’s Christmas”

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With the holidays steadily approaching, it’s the time of year again…the time of year when we start to shift over from our regular rotation of Pop, Rock, etc., and over to our tried and true Christmas playlists that we’ve been fine-tuning in anticipation for this moment.

If you’re looking for something new to add to your playlist, give Doug Ferony’s classic track, “It’s Christmas,” a try.

When it comes to Christmas music, it’s not about reinventing the wheel. No, it’s about evoking nostalgia, and more importantly — joy. It’s here where Doug Ferony has fully succeeded with his Christmas classic, “It’s Christmas.”

Fans of Bing Crosby, and old-school Phil Spector “wall of sound” production, mixed with late 50s Swing will be right out home here. Ferony’s backing band, which consists of Dena DeRose on piano, Chris Berger on bass, and the effortlessly energetic Joe Strasser on drums is awash in frenetic, bright Christmas spirit.

The track itself was written by Ferony, and his late wife, Joan, and the energy is bright, frenetic, and timeless. In “It’s Christmas,” Doug Ferony managed to deliver a melodic tune that will sure to be accompanying fans by the fireside as they wait for Santa and his sleigh for years to come.

Learn more about Doug Ferony via his webpage here.

Interested in learning more about Doug Ferony’s new single? Check “It’s Christmas” via the link below:

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Andrew Daly

With an immense passion for music, a disposition for writing, and an eagerness to teach and share both, Andrew decided to found VWMusic in 2019 as a freelance column under the column Idle Chatter. Over time, the column grew into a website that now features contributors who further the cause of sharing both a love of music and the art of journalism with the world through articles and interviews. While Andrew enjoys running the website, his real passion lies in teaching and facilitating others to do what they do best, and giving them the opportunity to explore their passions in the process. Some of Andrew’s favorite artists include KISS, Oasis, ACϟDC, Elvis Presley, Ace Frehley, The Rolling Stones, Rush, The Pretenders, Led Zeppelin, The Gaslight Anthem, Iron Maiden, John Lennon, The Melvins, Noel Gallagher, Regina Spektor, Rory Gallagher, The Stone Roses, The Strokes, Thin Lizzy, Elvis Costello, Van Halen, Neil Young, Blur, Billy Joel, Bruce Springsteen, and many more.
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