Adelaide is Determined to Write a Hit Christmas Tune when Hallmark Movies & Mysteries Premieres the Original Movie “A Song for Christmas”

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06 November 2017
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A Song for Christmas
Photo: Copyright 2017 Crown Media United States LLC/Photographer: Christos Kalohordis
 “A Song for Christmas”
Premieres Saturday, November 11 at 9 PM ET/PT
on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
 
          Country music’s rising star, Adelaide Kay (Becca Tobin), is as beautiful as she is talented and her hit single, “Heartbeat for You,” is climbing the charts. She’s even been romantically linked to Cole Wyatt (Ted Jefferies), country music’s hottest star, and the two are set to perform at The Palace, a dream venue for any act. But even though Adelaide should be overjoyed with her success, she’s having trouble with the sacrifices she’s made to keep her fame on the rise, like pretending the romance with Cole is real and being so busy she hasn’t seen her parents in nearly a year.
 
          Against her better judgment, she always listens to her manager Russell Holmes (James McGowan). She limits what she eats, allows the tabloids to spread rumors about her and Cole and gallivants around the country performing on talk shows. Worst of all, she’s stopped writing her own songs, singing only those Russell has others write for her, even though she feels the lyrics are commercial and lack the heart she once poured into her own music.

 
 
          Sitting by a fire, she sets to work on a Christmas song. But try as she might, all Adelaide ends up with is a blank page, until she hears an inspirational tune coming from an acoustic guitar across the street. Walking toward the music, she finds a cute guy playing the song and their attraction is instant. In fact, if Russell didn’t text her asking where she is, the two would have certainly wanted to get to know each other better. Will Adelaide and Dillon (Kevin McGarry) meet again and eventually get a chance to write that beautiful Christmas song?
 

 


 
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