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Damian McGinty Shares His Favorite Christmas Song & More | Christmas Interview Series


Mercy: Favorite Christmas tradition?
Damian: Not a tradition as such, but I suppose with the way my life has turned out flying back to Ireland at Christmas is something I look forward to every year. Spending a lot of time with family and friends, not doing very much but eating everything, I love it.

Mercy: Favorite Christmas memory?
Damian: I've sung at Christmas Eve mass my entire life growing up. It’s a highlight when I look back and something I always really enjoyed doing. I am doing it this year, which I am really excited about.

Mercy: Favorite Christmas movie?
Damian: Santa Fake. (Joking)  I would have to say Elf or Home Alone.

Mercy: Favorite Christmas song to sing?
Damian: Christmas Baby Please Come Home. I think it’s such a great song and I did it on my 2016 Christmas album with a full orchestra which was such a buzz.

Mercy: Must-have Christmas food?
Damian: At Christmas I eat just about anything. My mum makes an amazing Christmas dinner. Turkey and ham (I love stuffing, might be my favorite part of the dinner.)

Mercy: White or green Christmas?
Damian: White. Always a dream, but I’ve had 1 of them in my lifetime. Ireland doesn’t serve up white Christmases very often.

Damian, thank you again, for taking the time for this short Christmas interview. Friends, Damian will be doing a Christmas stage-it and is currently on his Christmas tour so be sure to check those out. Links below to both of those as well as his social media. Damian is one of the most talented artists out there today and you will most definitely want to keep up with him.

Damian’s Links-
Christmas stage-it
Christmas tour
Santa Fake cd/Christmas cd


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