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Tucker wishes a merry xmas "wherever you are"

Wednesday, December 7, 2011 – Tanya Tucker is getting into the holiday spirit by releasing Merry Christmas Wherever You Are.

Tucker said, "With so many troops deployed overseas and with the economy being such that people are having to relocate to find work, recording this track was a very personal and emotional experience. Also, when I recorded that vocal, I was thinking of all the parents who had missing children and all the children who no longer had a parent to share this very special time."

Available digitally today, Merry Christmas Wherever You Are, this is the prelude to Tucker releasing a full-length Christmas record next year.

Upcoming tour dates include:

Dec. 7 - Las Vegas, NV - Golden Nugget Hotel & Casino

Dec. 16 - Mahnomen, MN - Shooting Star Casino Event Center

Dec. 17 - Danbury, WI - St. Croix Casino Danbury


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