CHRISTMAS AND HYMNS by DANA JORGENSEN
Available Now at Digital Outlets

Just as we enter days of cooler temperatures, Dana Jorgensen has released his debut holiday project, the CHRISTMAS AND HYMNS EP through Mosaic Artistry Group.  Now available exclusively through online outlets, Dana’s fans were treated to being able to hear and purchase the project a week early on his website.

Included on the album are traditional hymns and Christmas songs “O Holy Night,” “O Come All Ye Faithful,” “Come Thou Fount,” and “Come O Come Emmanuel” alongside Dana’s original Christmas song “When Love First Cried,” that tells of the simplicity of the moment of Christ’s birth. “When Love First Cried” is currently being serviced to radio for the holiday season.
“I chose more traditional Christmas songs to put on this EP because those are what I remember most about Christmas growing up,” explains Dana.  “They bring back great childhood memories of Christmas and have amazing lyrics about God’s greatest gift.”

Dana Jorgensen – CHRISTMAS AND HYMNS – now available exclusively online.
Upcoming tour dates:
10/30 – Fairfield, CA
11/5 – Camas, WA
11/6 – Everson, WA
11/13 – Brockville, ON
11/27 – Sioux Falls, SD
11/29-30 – Lincoln, NE
12/3-4 – St Joseph, MO
1/13-15 – Atlanta, TX
2/10-12 – Richmond, VA
3/16-18 – Paducah, KY
3/23-25 – Richmond, VA
4/1 – Goodrich, MI

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