Blind Uncle Harry Releases Cheerful Single for the Holidays -- 'Christmas in Australia'

On the heels of  his successful alternative country album, "The Gospel According to Blind Uncle Harry", singer-songwriter Blind Uncle Harry is back with a special song and video to ease your mind off the stresses of 2020 and dive face first into the Christmas spirit . His new single is entitled 
"Christmas Day in Australia". It's a folksy, not so family friendly holiday classic from the album Visualize Industrialize Collapse. The track's lyrics are creative and hilarious, but highlight deeper issues like the income inequality... "the rich folks look down from their balconies from the ugly high rises to where the poor ones live. You'd think they have something to give."

The Bloomington, Indiana crooner was born Chris 'Harry' Doran.  The name Blind Uncle Harry came from his actual great Uncle Harry, who was a blind fiddle player. His uncle's willful determination and musicality sparked a life long appreciation of the power of one man and an instrument.