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Tyler Shaw Releases “Maybe This Christmas”

Christmastime is Here!

Tyler Shaw - Maybe This Christmas

Tyler Shaw Releases “Maybe This Christmas

(November 13, 2020) – Tyler Shaw comes bearing gifts with a cover of the Christmas classic, “Maybe This Christmas” – originally by fellow Canadian Ron Sexsmith. The nostalgic holiday song showcases Shaw’s smooth vocals that warm the heart like a cozy sweater on a cold day. Produced by Shaw himself, the rich harmonies and festive production instantly invoke all the feelings of the season and is a perfect addition to your holiday playlist. “Maybe This Christmas” is available everywhere here.

The track is famously known for its feature on 2000’s hit TV show, The OC, Season 1. So gather Ryan and Marissa, Seth and Summer, and celebrate Christmas (or Christmukkah) with Tyler Shaw.

About Tyler Shaw:

Tyler Shaw is a Platinum-selling artist, producer and actor. The Chinese-Canadian originally from Vancouver, BC, released his hit song “Kiss Goodnight” in 2012, and the melodic track quickly hit Platinum sales. In 2014, Tyler earned a JUNO Award nomination for ‘Breakthrough Artist of the Year’ and went on to release certified Platinum track “House of Cards” and Gold “Wicked,” all from his 2015 debut album Yesterday. From his 2018 sophomore album, Intuition, Tyler’s first single “Cautious” reached Top 10 at Canadian radio and is now Gold. The second single, “With You,” was a breakout hit that quickly reached Double Platinum, and was the most played single on Canadian radio by a Canadian artist in 2019. The fan favourite and romantic ballad “To the Man Who Let Her Go” quickly reached Platinum status. These accolades earned him a 2019 JUNO Award nomination for ‘Pop Album of the Year.’ Shaw has opened for massive international artists including Shawn Mendes and Alessia Cara, as well as toured with Selena Gomez. Last Spring, Tyler Shaw spearheaded (with Fefe Dobson) the collective artist initiative ArtistsCAN to raise funds for COVID-19 relief in Canada. The pair gathered other musicians from across the country, including Justin Bieber, Michael Bublé and Marie-Mai, to cover the classic single “Lean On Me,” with all proceeds going directly the Canadian Red Cross COVID relief fund. More recently, Tyler Shaw came back with bright, bouncy new track “Remember,” reminiscent of dance parties and sunny summer getaways, the first single from Tyler’s upcoming third studio album, due for release in Spring 2021.