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Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

by Neil Nathan

Neil Nathan's cover of the timeless Christmas Classic, "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town," is a sweet, folky lullaby.
Genre: Folk: Folk-Rock
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Neil Nathan's folky lullaby version of the timeless Christmas Classic, "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town," is the follow up single to his cover of ELO and The Move's "Do Ya," featured on the Californication Season 2 Soundtrack. It has received extensive radio and video play, most notably on Sirius/XM's The Coffeehouse and Fuse on Demand. The two covers are stylistically similar in their sparse fingerpicked acoustic guitar and intimate vocal approach. Neil's forthcoming debut album, "The Distance Calls," features musicians from The Dead Weather, Queens of The Stone Age, Kid Rock, Detroit Cobras, and The Go.


On the "Do Ya" Video,

Nathan’s voice, a combination of rock and soul, is full of longing on this revamped romanticized piece.
Magnet Magazine

On the forthcoming The Distance Calls,

"Drop the need anyplace on the record and find yourself soaking in a well crafted song. Perfectly balanced rock and soul." - The Ripple Effect

"One of this year's truly great rock records. The tunes are so sugary, they would give Matthew Sweet a toothache." - Snob's Music

On Songsmiths,

“Wow, this is really good. Like a mellow Steve Marriott.”
John Ingham
Music Journalist
MOJO, NME, Creem, Rolling Stone

On Motor City Recordings,

"I loved it. Like Chris Isaak, full of longing."
Jennifer Kelly
Music Journalist
Popmatters, Dusted, Neumu

"Gone (Fly Away) is catchy as hell. These songs are great."
Gary Blackwell
Music Journalist
Spin Magazine, Delusions of Adequecy,

On Glide,

"Melding the heartache of to the soul of acoustic Americana, Nathan's "Glide" EP is a stirring, thoughtful collection of mini-revelations that grow in beauty with every listen."
Nevin Martell
Music Journalist
Filter Magazine and Author of Beck:The Art of Mutation


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