GMV Nashville Adds New, Vintage Christmas Titles to Catalog

Nashville-based digital label, GMV Nashville, has added a trio of Christmas titles from Deborah Allen, Daisy Mallory and Bill and Jeanine Walker to its digital catalog.

Deborah Allen’s “Redneck Christmas” is a tongue-in-cheek look at the redneck holiday tradition. The humorous single features an appearance from Country comedian Cledus T. Judd and is currently receiving airplay at Country radio. The artist behind such hits as “Baby I Lied” and “Rock Me,” Allen self-produced “Redneck Christmas” and recorded it at Nashville Sound Project House with her guitarist and multi-instrumentalist, Mike Loudermilk. The versatile Pop and Country artist is preparing her eleventh studio album for release in early 2011. Visit www.DeborahAllen.com for more information.

Newcomer Country artist Daisy Mallory completed a three-track holiday EP in November titled Merry Christmas. It includes a pair of Christmas classics, “Santa Baby” and “Mary, Did You Know?” as well as one original composition from Mallory, “I Believe In Him Too.” The teen singer-songwriter is set to release her next single to Country radio with “Don’t Grow Up Too Fast (If I Had a Little Sister).” Due out in early 2011, it is the second single from her most recent effort, Girl Time. Visit www.DaisyMallory.com for more information.

GMV Nashville has also added a collection of traditional Christmas songs from Bill and Jeanine Walker. One of Nashville’s most respected arrangers, conductors and musical directors, the now-retired Walker originally released Holy Night in 2007 on CD. Featuring his wife of nearly 40 years on vocals, the Walkers’ Holy Night is now available for purchase for the first time in digital format. The collection includes 10 traditionally arranged Christmas classics, such as “Silent Night,” “It Came Upon A Midnight Clear,” “O Come All Ye Faithful,” “What Child Is This” and more.

GMV Nashville is a Nashville-based digital record label and distributor that specializes in releases from both classic and contemporary Country artists. Featured projects include Charlie Daniels, Toy Caldwell, Deborah Allen, Lane Brody, Daisy Mallory and more. Much of the label’s catalog consists of out-of-print and specialty titles. GMV also features unique projects such as golfer John Daly’s I Only Know One Way and the three-disc patriotic collection, This Is My America. All GMV titles are available through iTunes and Amazon.com. Visit www.GMVNashville.com for more information.

About GMV Nashville:
GMV Nashville is a digital distribution label based out of Nashville, Tenn. Founded in 2007 as a subsidiary of The Goodland Group, the GMV catalog offers hard-to-find titles by classic artists, as well as current releases and special products. All of GMV’s titles are available exclusively as digital downloads at most major online music retailers, including iTunes, Amazon, Napster, Rhapsody and more. Visit www.GMVNashville.com for more information.

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