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Something’s Gotten Hold of My Heart for Christmas!

Monday, 9th December, 2013 11:51am
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Something’s Gotten Hold of My Heart for Christmas!

Cronin release Something's Gotten Hold of My Heart featuring JJ72 singer Mark Greaney for their homage to the late Gene Pitney.

Something’s Gotten Hold of My Heart for Christmas!

Cronin release Something's Gotten Hold of My Heart featuring JJ72 singer Mark Greaney for their homage to the late Gene Pitney.

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It’s Christmas time, and everyone loves a good seasonal tune that will pull at the heart strings, and, make you sing out loud.


Well how about this one - Something’s Gotten Hold of My Heart - by the Mullingar based band Cronin, which features Mark Greaney!


Released on free download from yesterday, Monday December 9, brothers Johnny and Mick Cronin have teamed up with former JJ72 singer Mark Greaney for their homage to the late Gene Pitney with their version of Something’s Gotten Hold of My Heart.


This collaboration is the result of “a drunken nights chat and a mutual appreciation for one of the most unique voices of all time, that of the late Gene Pitney,” says frontman Johnny Cronin.


It is available to download on Soundcloud:
https://soundcloud.com/livetransmissionrecords/cronin-featuring-mark-greaney

Bandcamp:
http://cronin.bandcamp.com/track/somethings-gotten-hold-of-my-heart

Youtube link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7sdy1tOs_xQ

- By Olga Aughey

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