Huey And The New Yorkers 2012 Christmas single 'Christmas By The Side Of The Road' was taken from his debut album 'Say It To My Face' and all proceeds from the single were donated to the Help for Heroes charity as well as the US's Wounded Warrior Project.
The accompanying video shows Huey Morgan enjoying his Christmas by the side of the road as it were as he busks in the cold streets of London. Propped up beside him are cardboard signs reading: 'At Christmas time, remember our veterans'. The feat earned him over £100 in passing donations from people walking past doing their shopping and it's no wonder; the track is a beautifully relaxed number with classic bluesy acoustic guitar and Huey's deep and raw crooning.
He explained recently his reasons for supporting his chosen charities. 'These men and women not only risk their lives but they will also have to the deal with the long-term psychological effects of war', he said. 'It's far too easy for everybody to take this for granted - out of sight, out of mind.'
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