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Jeff Coffey’s Warms Households with "I'll Be Home for Christmas"

Jeff Coffey’s Smooth Voice Warms Household This Christmas With Soft Rock Country Rendition of “I’ll Be Home For Christmas”

Christmas songs and carols have been covered endlessly by artists over the years, each version bringing new flavors to the original classics. Jeff Coffey’s sentimental version of “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” showcases his soft, melodic tone with country rock elements. The lifelong musician and songwriter croons about everyone’s wishes to be home for the holidays, regardless of the reason for the distance. 

The quintessential Christmas standard written by Kim Gannon and originally recorded by Bing Crosby, gained recognition as an ode to military personnel stationed overseas during the holidays and expressing their yearning to be home during the festive season. Over the years, “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” has evolved to symbolize anyone who is away from their loved ones and wishes to experience the simplicity of “snow and mistletoe” with their friends and families.

Jeff Coffey’s illustrious career has been shaped by the great company he’s shared the stage with. After his first taste of live performance at a Superbowl Halftime Show during high school, Jeff has secured his place over the years alongside Hootie and the Blowfish, Edwin McCain, Vertical Horizon and more. Most recently, he toured with Rock n’ Roll Hall of Fame group Chicago as lead tenor vocalist and bass player. 

Jeff’s release of “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” accompanies the success found with his solo projects, as his album “Long Way Home” secured two singles in the Top 20 of the charts and winning Song of the Year and Male Solo Act of the Year from Songwriters Showcase of America. Jeff is constantly on the road touring his own music as well as playing lead bass for other notable bands. 

Jeff Coffey’s rendition of “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” can be found on all favorite music platforms.

Article written by: Karin Sharon


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