Song in USPS TV Commercial Ad Bringing the Holidays Home

Song in USPS TV Commercial Ad Bringing the Holidays Home

Information About USPS Commercial Bringing the Holidays Home Song by Perry Como Advert 2019

USPS Bringing the Holidays Home commercial is the new TV commercial ad of USPS. USPS try to promote their products ‘USPS Mobile App’ through USPS Commercial Bringing the Holidays Home Song by Perry Como advertisement.

As “Home for the Holidays” by Perry Como plays in the background, USPS employees deliver packages all throughout the country during the holidays, in sun, rain or snow. Those expecting a delivery can check on the USPS mobile app to track their packages. The USPS says that it goes the extra mile to bring your holidays home.

Song in USPS Bringing the Holidays Advert 2019

Song in USPS Bringing the Holidays tvc video ad is (There’s No Place Like) Home for the Holidays – 1959 Version by Perry Como. This song is available on iTunes you can listen and download it form iTunes store. The preview of Song in USPS Bringing the Holidays commercial is (There’s No Place Like) Home for the Holidays – 1959 Version by Perry Como is below.

To listen full song or download please follow below link.

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About Perry Como

One of the most popular vocalists between the end of World War II and the rise of rock & roll in the mid-’50s, Perry Como perfected the post-big-band approach to pop music by lending his own irresistible, laid-back singing — influenced by Bing Crosby and Russ Columbo — to the popular hits of the day on radio, TV, and LP. Both his early traditional crooning style plus his later relaxed manner and focus on novelty material were heavily indebted to Bing Crosby, though Como’s appeal during the early ’50s was virtually unrivaled. Born in 1912 in Canonsburg, PA, Como was working as a singing barber in his hometown when he began touring with local bandleader Freddie Carlone at the age of 21.

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This Post Has 3 Comments

  1. Antony Edwards

    That’s neither the 1954 nor 1959 version by Perry Como. This is a cover version by someone trying to sound like a Perry Como.

    1. Bkato

      Thanks,
      Can you please share cover version with others!

  2. Phil G

    Several websites say Music by Human

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