DOWNLOAD NOW! “Please Come Home For Christmas” Single Benefits Charity

admin | December 15, 2012 in Music | Comments (1)

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In the spirit of the holiday, I share my version of this holiday classic in support of the Tug McGraw Foundation and its mission to improve the quality of life for those confronting brain tumors, traumatic brain injury, and post-traumatic stress.

Available now on both iTunes and CDBaby, a portion of the proceeds from this single will benefit programs for the Tug McGraw Foundation, the nonprofit founded by Philadelphia Phillies pitching legend Tug McGraw. I first came to serve this organization through my friendship with Tug’s son, country superstar Tim McGraw, with whom, as keyboardist and vocalist, I have both toured and recorded such hits as “Live Like You Were Dying,” “Real Good Man,” and “She’s My Kind of Rain.”

As I continue my musical journey, both pursuing individual projects and most recently completing a concert tour with “American Idol” finalist Josh Gracin, I am proud to still serve the Tug McGraw Foundation as board chair and director of the Team McGraw endurance fundraising program…and I am happy to share this with all of you.

Embrace the season, thank you for sharing…and Merry Christmas.

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  1. Comment by Christine — January 27, 2013 at 6:04 pm  

    Thanks for your beautiful rendition of “Please Come Home for Christmas.” I am honored to download this tune, & support the TMF.
    Jeff, I am grateful for your continued service to Team McGraw & the TMF. You are truly a professional muscian and I have the upmost respect for you.
    God Bless you as you continue your musical journey,
    Christine

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