Adam Hambrick’s Family Takes Center Stage In His ‘What Christmas Means to Me’ Video
Adam Hambrick’s wife, Merritt, and his adorable daughters, Gracie and Heidi, are the stars of his just-released music video for…
Adam Hambrick’s wife, Merritt, and his adorable daughters, Gracie and Heidi, are the stars of his just-released music video for his brand new holiday single, “What Christmas Means To Me.”
The clip takes fans inside what appears to be Hambrick’s home where he and his family are seen making precious family memories while preparing for the Christmas season. Shots of them decorating the Christmas tree and making Christmas cookies are intermixed throughout the festive video, which plays out like a home-movie.
At the end of the clip, Hambrick addresses the camera directly saying, “That’s what Christmas means to me. Merry Christmas, happy holidays, from our family to yours.”
“What Christmas Means To Me,” which was originally recorded by Stevie Wonder, has been a longtime favorite of Hambrick’s, so when he had the chance to record a holiday song, he didn’t have to think twice about which song to go into the studio with.
“The first time I really remember this song hitting me was the first time I watched Elf,” Hambrick shares with Country Now. “From then on, every time I heard it, it just felt like Christmas. So when I thought about recording a Christmas song, it was my first choice. Hopefully gives everybody else the jollies too.”
Check out the brand new video above.
Adam Hambrick is currently in the studio working on his debut album alongside producers Andrew DeRoberts (James Blunt, Miley Cyrus) and Paul DiGiovanni (Blake Shelton, Jordan Davis). He recently released a brand new single, “Forever Ain’t Long Enough,” and an ’80s-inspired video to go along with it. He’s also a co-writer on Linday Ell’s heart-wrenching new single, “I Don’t Love You.”
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