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Robert Davi records Christmas classic in support of Red Kettle

World-renowned actor and recording artist Robert Davi released his re-imagined version of the Christmas classic song, “Mistletoe and Holly” to help The Salvation Army provide emergency assistance to the millions of families in need this Christmas season.

Available Dec. 13 for purchase on both iTunes and, 100 percent of Davi’s proceeds from the sale of his new single will be donated to the Army’s 120th annual Red Kettle Campaign.

“‘Mistletoe and Holly” is a Christmas classic, and I’m excited to release it in demanding support of this classic charity during the Christmas season,” Davi said. “This is a great opportunity to help make more Christmas dreams come true for children, teens and seniors in need.”

Davi recorded the Christmas single in honor of the great Frank Sinatra, who originally released the song on his 1957 Christmas album, A Jolly Christmas from Frank Sinatra.

“Music has always been a big part of The Salvation Army, especially at Christmas, so partnering with a singer like Robert Davi is a great and natural fit,” said Major George Hood, national community relations and development secretary for The Salvation Army. “Every dollar donated from Davi’s proceeds of the single will help us provide assistance to nearly four million people in need this Christmas season.”


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