"God bless Canned Hamm." -Chartattack.com
How come no one talks about the Phil Spector Christmas album anymore? Isn’t it time for someone else to fill the void and make a wonderful Christmas album for the ages?
Yes it is, and that someone is two very special ‘entertainers’ who bear gifts of good times, fun and laughter for all - with just a sprinkle of life’s harsh realities - on their inspired new album “Sincerely Christmas”.
Canned Hamm and Friends’ SINCERELY CHRISTMAS (Pro-Am Entainment International) draws inspiration from some of the greatest and most enduring songs of all time - Christmas Carols. Celebrate the season with heart warming original numbers that draw from the well of hip hop (Secret Santa), children’s favorites (Santa Claus Parade), anthemic passion (Mistletoe Forever), sombre Victorian balladry (Gluttony) and more! All bear Canned Hamm’s unique brand of abominably catchy pop stylings and razor sharp humour!
But wait – there’s more…
They’ve brought along all of your favorite seasonal characters: America’s Funnyman Neil Hamburger (Office Christmas Party), The insufferable Hamster Hamm (Clean Up This Mess), the divine Little Baby Jesus (LBJ Rap) and Croatian crooner, Ivan Hrvatska (First I Make Love To You, Then I Make Love To Christmas).
You will never be alone at Christmas again!
• This is the perfect item for your Christmas wish list and a great gift for everyone on your list!
• Fits easily into standard issue Christmas stockings!
• Each CD has a special “To/From” card as part of the eye-catching packaging!
• A whole new crop of catchy Christmas songs to hum along to ALL SEASON LONG!
• Bonus tracks including a phone call from Santa you don’t want to miss!
Who is Canned Hamm?
Big Hamm, a.k.a., Stephen Hamm, also known for his work in Slow, Tankhog and The Evaporators – and Lil’ Hamm, a.k.a., Robert Dayton, July Fourth Toilet and Hallmark.
Is this their first album?
No. Three fantastic works have come before. Karazma!, Karazma!: Reimagined, and Erotic Thriller - all of which have tickled the fancies of legions of fans across the globe and garnered many a special mention by the most discerning of music journalists.
Haven’t I seen them on TV?
Yes. Their first music video, "Father and Son", hit #2 on Musique Plus’ show DollarAClip and was also voted the "Best Video of 2002" by Nardwuar the Human Serviette on MuchMusic's Going Coastal.