Tune In: Cherish Lee Christmas Tune Featured In Original Hallmark Movie

The brand new Hallmark original movie, “Time For Me to Come Home for Christmas” from executive producer Blake Shelton features Cherish Lee’s revamped version of “Jolly Old Saint Nicholas.”

The tune, featuring Shay Watson, is the latest Christmas song to be featured on national television from her album, “A Cherish Lee Christmas”. Along with classics, the album features four original songs which have been placed on popular shows like The Young and the Restless. “A Cherish Lee Christmas” was released digitally the day before the premiere of the movie on December 9th.

Based on Blake Shelton’s song “Time For Me to Come Home” the movie, starring Megan Park and Josh Henderson will continue to air on the Hallmark Movies & Mysteries channel on the following dates:

Wednesday, December 26 7:00 PM ET. 

Saturday, December 29 1:00 AM ET.

Monday, December 31 3:00 PM ET. 

Saturday, January 5 9:00 PM ET. 

Daughter of entertainment icons, Johnny Lee (Urban Cowboy’s “Lookin’ for Love”) and Charlene Tilton (Lucy Ewing on hit TV show “DALLAS”), Cherish has been around the limelight her entire life. Her father helped to open many doors in country music…taking her on the road, performing at the infamous Ryman Auditorium and The Grand Ole Opry. However upon moving to Nashville, this Los Angeles native has solidified her own name in Music City.

The release of her album, “Tequila Cowgirl”, at the beginning of the year landed her a sponsorship with the luxuriously crafted G4 Tequila and boasted two successful singles including her current release, “Ones You Leave Behind”. She has used this song to spread its important message in notable places such as CMA Music Festival, Tin Pan South Songwriter’s Festival, Today In Nashville and Dollywood.

With a tour and new music expected in early 2019, Cherish will continue to capture fans across the country with honest and powerful storytelling and the blend of her classic country roots with a little rock ‘n’ roll edge.

For more information on Cherish Lee visit her at CherishLeeMusic.com and follow her on FacebookInstagram and Twitter.


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