Episode 212

Published on:

11th Dec 2021

Steve March-Torme "I Remember Christmastime" New Song Chat with Bruce Hilliard

Hello hello hello and merry Christmas from the groovin’ with the tunes of Rube Tubin and the Rondonnas Better Each Day toy shop. It's a jolly little shop where each Christmas I write a new song for the occasion.

It’s a time when I compare my music to the classics like the number one selling single of all time, White Christmas. If that doesn’t humble your inner Irving Berlin I don’t know what will. Or, Little Drummer Boy by Tacoma born Bing Crosby. Coincidentally, I was reflecting back on chestnuts roasting on an open fire. The Christmas Song co-written and originally sung by Mel Torme.

Then, down the internet it came with a clatter. I clicked on my mouse to see what was the matter. An email from a promotion manager with a new song. Written and performed by the son of the Velvet Fog himself Mel Torme, Steve March-Torme has a new holiday song for you.

Steve is the son of legendary singer-songwriter Mel Torme and the stepson of well-known actor/comedian Hal March. He is a talented entertainer in his own right.  Since the late 1970s, he has been a successful singer, entertainer, recording artist, TV & radio host and has toured extensively worldwide to an ever-growing fan base.

Steve has written a brand new, original Christmas song entitled I Remember Christmastime.  It’s a beautiful, nostalgic, sentimental salute to fond remembrances of the Christmas season.

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Bruce Hilliard

Host Bruce Hilliard has an appetite for music, “the soundtrack of our lives.” His personal journey has included opening for Rock & Roll Hall of Fame artists Heart, the Ramones and Dr. Hook. His degrees in music and journalism he says “are cool but everyday in every way, get better and better.” Interviews with everyone from young garage bands where it all begins, to seasoned veterans...all compelling. And there’s music.