Send Yourself Home For Christmas – New single by Valerie Smith

Multi-award winning vocalist, Valerie Smith has just released a new Christmas single, “Send Yourself Home For Christmas.”  The song was written by Lisa Aschmann and Joni Bishop and is reminiscent the 1940’s era of classic Christmas songs.   Valerie provides her trademark vocals and is joined by Becky Buller (fiddle, vocals); Ernie Evans (mandolin, guitar and vocals), and Rebekah Long(bass). 

“Send Yourself Home For Christmas” is now available for sale via CD Baby and other outlets.  Radio is being serviced by Airplay Direct and physical copies upon request.

“Valerie Smith is one of the great female voices of acoustic music and has a HUGE Christmas hit with her single, Send Yourself Home For Christmas! Her sultry, sweet, voice reminds you of all the special things we all desire during this beautiful time of year. Happy spirits, smiling faces, lights, trees, presents, candlelight, a cracklin’ fire, and a special love that we long for – waiting for it and always hoping. Isn’t that what Christmas IS all about? Love and Hope? This one is definitely destined to be a classic favorite during Christmas holidays from now on, says Gracie Muldoon,

On November 27, 2010, Valerie Smith & Liberty Pike will perform at the Ernest Tubb Midnight Jamboree, Troubadour Theatre and broadcast the following week on WSM 650 AM.  The band has several Christmas shows planned next month including the Old-Fashioned Christmas Concert in Bell Buckle, TN (12/4); A Bluegrass Christmas at LVD’s Concert Hall in Goshen, IN (12/10); Christmas Concert in Two Rivers, WI (12/11); and the Hedgehog Music Showcase in Arcadia, IN (12/12). 

Valerie Smith and Becky Buller will also be performing this Friday night, November 19th, 6:00 pm at the Bell Buckle Cafe, Bell Buckle, TN. For more information and additional tour dates, please visit

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