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Rich Chambers – It’s Christmas Time (All over the World) | 60s Holiday Anthem

Only a few weeks remain until the biggest holiday celebration of the year, and the festive tunes have started to make their way into people homes! In celebration of the holidays, Canadian artist Rich Chambers delivers his Christmas album “Santa’s Rocking Band” – a set of 11 cheery tunes that will make your holiday all the merrier. In track six of the 2020 album, titled, “It’s Christmas Time (All over the World)”, Chambers gives us a very lively track that will easily bring people dancing with their Santa hats on!

The track kicks off with a groovy guitar riff over an upbeat drum progression right from the get-go. With the rhythm supported by a strong bassline, the track has a certain bounce that keeps you moving! With Chambers’ energetic vocal style, you are immediately swept up in the excitement of the holidays, owing to his passionate vocal delivery and playful tone. – “I never get too old to hang the lights up on the tree and decorate the house for all to see, It’s a Wonderful Life, I watch it once again and remember Christmases way back when.”

Reminiscent of music from the ’50s and ’60s, “It’s Christmas Time (All over the World)” has a familiar rhythm that works really well with the sprightly guitars and supports Chambers vocals delightfully. In addition, the track features a vibrant guitar lead, as well as a dynamic bridge section. After just one listen, I’m sure you’re going to have a hard time getting these catchy melodies out of your head!

Inspired by the music of Buddy Holly and Green Day, Chambers’ blends the exciting and youthful sounds of the artists in his own signature style, while still holding on to the garage-rock vibe of the ’60s. Chambers has released a plethora of singles over the years, and has a collection of music planned for release in 2022, so get ready to rock and roll!

Check out “It’s Christmas Time (All over the World)” on Spotify!

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