O'Neill Brothers Release New "Christmas Lullabies" CD
Tracks blend popular nursery rhymes with beloved holiday tunes

NEW PRAGUE, MINN. (October 13, 2009) - For their latest CD, "Christmas Lullabies," million-selling pianists The O'Neill Brothers blended their favorite Christmas songs with classic nursery rhymes to create a mash-up of magical melodies. Arranged in The O'Neill Brothers' soothing, signature style, these unique and creative collaborations are sure to help wee ones drift off to dreamland with visions of sugarplums dancing in their heads. The soothing tones of piano and violin will have everyone in the house dreaming of softly falling snow and the wonder of Christmas morning.


From Hickory Dickory Old St. Nickory to We Wish You a Merry Muffin Man, these clever and seamless combinations of Christmas songs and classic nursery rhymes will infuse a calming, peaceful element into the excitement of the holiday season. Perfect for naptime or the end of a long, excitement-filled day of baking, shopping or celebrating, little ones will be asking to hear these mesmerizing mixes well beyond the holiday season.


The CD features 16 tunes, including:

Silent Night Lullaby; The First Noel; Hickory Dickory Old St Nickory; What Child is This?; Hush Little Drummer Boy; Are You Sleeping Away in a Manger; Hark the Herald Angels Sing Around the Rosy; The Bear Went Over the (Go Tell it on the) Mountain; Old McDonald Had a Farm in the Little Town of Bethlehem; We Three Blind Mice Kings; Mary Had a Little Lamb; Still, Still, Still - Twinkle Twinkle; I Saw Three Ships by the London Bridge; O Come Little Children; We Wish You a Merry Muffin Man; and Rock a Bye Baby Christmas Medley.


For more information or to order, visit www.PianoBrothers.com or call 952-758-9300.

The O'Neill Brothers have released more than 30 CDs of beautiful instrumental piano music, and sold more than two million copies -- all without being associated with a major record label. Along the way, they've written and performed music for HBO (including music for "Sex and the City"), CBS, NBC, PBS, and ESPN. Several of their collections have hit the Billboard charts, and their PBS special featuring Deborah Gibson was nominated for an Emmy award.