For Immediate Release


"Sleepy Little Baby Boy" Features 
Josh Martin on Vocals

(Nashville, Tennessee...) - November 30, 2017 - Piano virtuoso Kory Caudill released his Christmas With Kory Caudill & Friends earlier this month, and his original song, "Sleepy Little Baby Boy," was made available to radio today. Caudill wrote the song with newcomer and fellow Eastern Kentuckian Josh Martin who is also featured on the song's vocals. The touching single is available to all radio outlets via PlayMPE, and the simple, yet moving music video can be viewed here.
"'Sleepy Little Baby Boy' is a lullaby Josh and I wrote from Joseph's perspective," said Caudill. "Last Christmas, my family and I heard an interesting sermon on Joseph. The priest highlighted how overwhelming it would have been for a young man to be entrusted with overseeing the Son of God's earthly experience. As a father-to-be for the first time, I'm scared for my daughter's first runny nose, so I can't imagine the things that would be going through a young Joseph's mind as he prepared to raise his son."
Christmas with Kory Caudill & Friends was released Friday, November 10, 2017. The 11-song collection was produced by Caudill and Jamie Tate for ­­­­Rukkus Room Records. The eclectic album includes Jazzy, Country "Feliz Navidad" the rousing "Run, Run, Rudolph," the roof-raising "Carol of the Bells/Frankenstein" mashup and instrumental versions of "White Christmas," "Silent Night" and "Jingle Bells."
Josh Martin's smooth voice is also heard on "Sleigh Ride," Jerica Blair sings "This Christmas" and "Oh Come, Oh Come, Emmanuel," and "Have You Heard The News" features Kory's father, Keith, on vocals, Hammond and harmonica.
Christmas with Kory Caudill & Friends is available at Barnes & Noble, amazon, iTunes and all streaming services.
A classically trained pianist, Kory signed as the flagship artist to Naxos USA's Suite 28 Records label. His influences range widely from Frederic Chopin to Ricky Skaggs and from Bruce Hornsby to Yanni. He began playing melodies on the piano when he was only a toddler, and now he is one of the most sought after keyboardists in the country. He stirred the music world with his "Song For Appalachia" single and music video earlier this year.

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