La Noche Buena It's Christmas Eve
Patty Parker likes to sing songs about the southwest. She is known for her captivating vocal renditions of such magical places as The Grand Canyon and the Red Rocks of Sedona. Patty's debut Christmas holiday song, La Noche Buena, takes place in old Sante Fe. This new romantic Holiday love song, evoking the nostalgic 1940's and 50's, is set in the enchanted land of New Mexico, where the phrase La Noche Buena means .... It's Christmas Eve. Patty's warm vocal style relates the story of a couple who fell in love at Christmas time on their first visit to New Mexico. La Noche Buena was written by Patty Parker and her husband Frank Fara. Together they have found a way to capture the grandeur and romance of the Great American West! Their music brings to life colorful characters and spectacular places via their Southwest Songs. Patty & Frank teamed their musical creativity with western painter artist Val Jesse to introduce their Songs of the Southwest in a new art form they call ~ Song Art ~ reminiscent of the colorful travel posters which once graced the walls of Railroad Depots and Fred Harvey Restaurants across America. Each new song release by Patty Parker and Frank Fara will each feature ~ Song Art ~ in this Americana style. 'Farolitos glow in the light falling snow as the carolers sing. Mission Bells chime as the people arrive to prepare for this greatest of days La Noche Buena, It's Christmas Eve'