Jay Patten | Christmas in America

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Christmas in America

by Jay Patten

"Christmas In America" is a sparkling pop ballad featuring Jay's smooth vocal and saxophone, with a lyric and melody that is sure to inspire this and every holiday season.
Genre: Holiday: Jazz
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Jay Patten wrote "Christmas In America" after 9/11 in 2001 ." We were all feeling so bad but somehow we were all connected and proud and so this song came out. This year it seems like we are so divided ( but really we aren't ) that I decided to re-record the song.. " says Jay .
As a saxophonist, vocalist, composer and arranger, Jay has had and continues to have a diverse and satisfying musical career. He juggles his performing with his own band in clubs and concerts, with being music director for Crystal Gayle, working in studios and producing many projects.
He is a graduate of the Berklee College of Music, a veteran road and recording musician who has worked for and with, Johnny Cash, John Prine, Pure Prairie League, Nancy Griffith, Buddy DeFranco and the Glenn Miller Orchestra and many more. Also, Jay is the first artist to appear at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville.
"Can't get away from the music" is a reality for Jay Patten. We hope you enjoy this song.



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Diana Stevenson

Feel good music
I love this.

Hank W.

Lifted my spirits
I saw a post on Facebook where this song was discussed and link included. I needed the encouragement. Election years are depressing. But I love America and there is no place I'd rather be at Christmas. I predict this will become a classic.