Rolling Stone Country premiers Fairground Saints “I’ll Be Home For Christmas”

Rolling Stone Country premiered Fairground Saints version of the classic holiday “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” just in time for the holidays.

Los Angeles-based folk-pop trio Fairground Saints (Mason Van Valin, Elijah Edwards and Megan McAllister) didn’t make things easy for themselves by trying to cover the song and bring out something new — but they succeeded. With a galloping beat, dense harmonies and bright acoustic guitar strums, the group’s rendition makes it sound more like a promise than a wish” and that the band “find a sweet spot between bluegrass and pop-country” Rolling Stone Country stated.

Fairground Saints’ self-titled debut was released in August 2015 and features harmony-rich songs like “Ain’t Much for Lyin'” and “Turn This Car Around” that find a sweet spot between bluegrass and pop-country. On January 14th, the band will perform at New York’s Rockwood Music Hall.

The band will be touring throughout 2016 playing songs from their self-titled debut which is out now on Verve Records.

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