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Cynthia Basinet releases new single "The Christmas Song"

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Cynthia Basinet
Cynthia Basinet, the actress, singer, humanitarian known for the most iconic version of “Santa Baby," releases her first Holiday single in 14 years, “The Christmas Song."

SmoothJazz.com said, “This gorgeous version of Nat King Cole's holiday nugget was arranged by Tony Bennett's arranger and pianist Lee Musiker, and while the song features A-List musicians, it's Ms. Basinet's approach to the vocals that steals the show! Warm, rich and delightful—Cynthia Basinet's version of “The Christmas Song" is a must have download this holiday season!"

“The Christmas Song" is the much anticipated follow-up for her “Santa Baby," originally recorded as a personal gift to the actor, Jack Nicholson in 1997. Fans say Cynthia's version has become the industry standard and influenced nearly every version by many of today's pop artists worldwide, Pussycat Dolls, Shakira, Kylie Minogue, Kellie Pickler, Taylor Swift, Micheal Buble, Pink Martini and more.

About Cynthia Basinet

Cynthia Basinet keeps herself busy in the entertainment industry but is also a humanitarian using her music to bring public awareness to environmental issues and the importance of self-reliance. She was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005 as part of the 1000 Women for the Nobel Peace Price Project.

Find “The Christmas Song" on iTunes, Amazon and more.

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