Just in time for the holiday season, awarded singer/songwriter
Scott Southworth releases an original Christmas song. Not only will
this new Christmas song titled, “Maybe Next Year, Christmas,” beat the
dull drum of the same repetitive songs of the season, but it will also
offer some love for those not quite feeling the cheer of Christmas.
Maybe Next Year, Christmas mixes Scott Southworth’s trademark
traditional country sound with the classic sound of Christmas standards
he grew up listening to every holiday season. The self-penned song is a
poignant look at how someone dealing with heartbreak may approach this
festive time of year.
“Christmas has always been my favorite time of year, ” shares
Southworth, continuing, “I love the music, lights, food and the special
time with family and friends. But, I have also seen first-hand how hard
it is to be a part of the season while dealing with recent heartbreak
and loss. You know that down the road, you will enjoy the holidays
again, but some years, all you want to do is avoid it all together. If
you’ve ever had that feeling, this song is for you.”
Scott Southworth will perform the song, “Maybe Next Year,
Christmas” on live television on Monday, December 9th at 11am central
time on Nashville’s NBC affiliate, WSMV’s Today in Nashville show. Fans
outside of the Music City can view the guest spot live on www.wsmv.com.
Scott Southworth’s songwriting and recordings have generated a
number of accolades over the past year. His album, “Hey Hillbilly
Singer” was named the Academy of Western Artists Pure Country Album of
the Year, as well as the North American Country Music Association
International (NACMAI) Adult Country Album Horizon Award winner.