STEVE PERRY RINGS IN THE CHRISTMAS SEASON WITH “SILVER BELLS”

By November 1, 2019News

Brand New Version of the Christmas Classic Available Digitally 

and on 7” Vinyl Beginning Today

Today, legendary singer-songwriter and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Steve Perry has released a stunning new version of the all-time Christmas classic, “Silver Bells,” available both digitally and on 7” vinyl, along with brand-new, special edition merchandise exclusively at Perry’s online store. In addition, this holiday EP contains a newly-remixed version of “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas,” which Perry released last holiday season.

“Silver Bells,” with vocals by Steve Perry, keys by Dallas Kruse and drums by Vinnie Colaiuta, was produced by Steve Perry and co-produced by Thom Flowers.

Steve Perry stated: “The holidays are certainly a wonderful time of the year filled with many emotions. I’m very happy to share with you one of my favorite holiday songs, “Silver Bells” but done with my love for R&B mixed in, along with a new remix of “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas.” I hope it brings a smile to you and yours in this holiday season!”

Buy/Listen: HERE

Side A
Silver Bells” (Edit) (3:30)
Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” (1:53) 

Side B
Silver Bells” (5:02)

Upon its release last fall, Steve Perry’s TRACES, his first new album in nearly 25 years, was met with wide-acclaim and tremendous excitement from fans and critics all over the world.

Fueled by lead single “No Erasin,” the album entered the Billboard 200 Albums chart at #6, Perry’s highest debut as a solo artist and earned the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer his best-ever chart entries in the UK, Germany, Canada and Japan. This past March, Perry released the album’s deluxe version which features the full, expanded track list of 15-songs (the standard album plus 5 bonus tracks from the Traces sessions) in a variety of formats including digitally, on CD and in two 180-gram 2LP vinyl versions. Earlier this year, Perry also released his first official video in nearly 25 years for “We’re Still Here,” the third single from TRACES.

Photo Credit: Myriam Santos

Photo Credit: Myriam Santos