Friday, December 17, 2010

Penny's Gang Records Brings Home Christmas Wishes From U.S. Armed Forces

Reminding us all of the sacrifices of our armed forces and their families spending Christmas apart this year with the release of a very special "military message" version of "Christmas Wish" by Mashanda Huskey from the recently released collection of original and traditional Christmas music, "Miracle Christmas Night" (PGR).

Incorporated in the military message version of the inspired holiday song, "Christmas Wish" are heartfelt, personal Christmas wishes from U.S. troops stationed in Iraq and Afghanistan. From the personal greeting of Major Mike Anderson's message from Kandahar, Afghanistan to his wife and child at home in Colorado Springs, CO – to Corporal James Pulis stationed in Afghanistan sending Christmas wishes to his wife and two children back home in Minnesota – the military message version of "Christmas Wish" is a tribute to the men and women of the armed forces.

The special military message version of "Christmas Wish" can be heard on over 100 radio stations nationwide.

"Christmas is such a blessed time and one of our most precious blessings is our freedom," says Penny's Gang Records President, Penny McCoy. "It's important to think of the families who will spend Christmas apart this year because a father, mother, son or daughter is away fighting for that freedom."

"Miracle Christmas Night" offers up an inspired collection of original Christmas music, "Miracle Christmas Night." Featuring PGR recording artists Patrick Paegel, Bill Cody and Shelley James, as well as guest appearance from superstar artist Wanda Vaughn (The Emotions) and a spoken word introduction by Stevie Wonder. "Miracle Christmas Night" offers up a heartfelt collection of Christmas songs that reminds us all that Jesus is the Reason for the Season.

Founded in 2006 by Olympic athlete, author and entrepreneur Penny McCoy, Penny's Gang Records (PGR) is a faith-based, innovative, multi-genre record company based in Bishop, CA with distribution through Fontana.


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