Home for the Holidays

O'Neill Brothers Release New Christmas Album

NEW PRAGUE, MN (September 8, 2006) - Home is where the heart is, the old saying goes. The O'Neill Brothers' latest holiday CD was created to evoke the comfort, familiarity and heart-warming memories of home -- while raising money for an organization that helps put a roof over people's heads.

The piano-playing siblings have released Holiday Home, their fourth popular album of instrumental holiday music, just in time for Christmas 2006. The compilation features 13 well-known holiday favorites, including Here Comes Santa Clause, Do You Hear What I Hear, O Holy Night, Little Drummer Boy, The First Noel and more.

To celebrate the release of Holiday Home, The O'Neill Brothers are embarking on a very special partnership with Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity. Now through December 31, 2007, the brothers will donate $1 from the sale of every copy of Holiday Home to the organization. They will also headline a special concert this holiday season at Orchestra Hall in Minneapolis. The concert will feature songs from the new CD, as well as favorites form their previous holiday releases, including Spirit of the Season: Vol. 1, Spirit of the Season: Vol. 2 and Coming Home. Their annual holiday concerts have drawn thousands of fans looking to hear the sounds of the season.

The O'Neill Brothers have sold more than one million CDs - all without being associated with a major record label. Their enthusiastic fans have made successes of the O'Neill Brothers' 24 albums. Along the way, the brothers have written and performed music for HBO (including music for "Sex and the City"), NBC, PBS, QVC and ESPN. Two of their popular 3-CD sets have hit the Billboard charts. Tim and Ryan O'Neill are Yamaha artists. For more information please visit www.pianobrothers.com.
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