"Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" Track 15


Tara O’ Grady is a first generation Irish American singer and author from New York City. Her voice, at times rich and deep, at others lilting and wispy, has been compared to the likes of Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday and even Patsy Cline. Her look is reminiscent of the ‘Golden Age of Hollywood.’ Raised on Irish traditional music, as well as the sounds of Hank Williams, Louis Prima, Keely Smith, Peggy Lee, Louis Armstrong, Nat King Cole, Nina Simone, Dean Martin, Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley, her unique style and repertory combine Celtic, folk, blues, and, especially jazz.  Her debut album, ‘Black Irish’, released in August of 2010, is a collection of Irish songs she grew up listening to as a child. But don’t expect any jigs on the CD.  Black Irish caught the attention of Nashville’s elite, and within a few months of its release, Tara was writing original songs and recording in Music City, Tennessee, with the finest musicians in the industry. Her second album, ‘Good Things Come to Those Who Wait’, was released in April of 2011. Tara was awarded as one of Irish Voice’s Most Influential Women of 2010 presented by Ireland’s Prime Minister. On our album she sings the standard ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas’ in her most sultry way. 



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