Article: Musician Jack Skuller Releases “Run Rudolph Run” On iTunes To Benefit “Musicians On Call”


Many of us can agree… it’s never too early to get in the holiday spirit; so why not start now? The musically inclined and amazingly talented musician, Jack Skuller recently released his cover of “Run Rudolph Run” now available on iTunes! Jack Skuller worked with Ramones producer, Daniel Rey (who he worked with to create his highly-acclaimed single, “Love Is A Drum”) to add his own unique, blues vibe to the classic holiday song. Jack Skuller said, “This track is my own personal take on a holiday classic; it merges holiday spirit with blues attitude.”

In addition, all proceeds from Jack Skuller’s “Run Rudolph Run” cover will be donated to the “Musicians On Call” organization; an inspiring organization that brings live music and smiles to hospital patients – so amazing! Jack Skuller, a great supporter of ‘Musicians On Call’ stated, “Performing for Musicians on Call was a special experience for me personally and I’m proud my single will benefit this great organization.”

Jack Skuller has toured the US along with Radio Disney and has performed in front of numerous of fans who adore his music (who doesn’t?!). Jack Skuller’s “Run Rudolph Run” is a perfect holiday song to listen to with family around the Christmas tree. Once again, Jack Skuller continues to impress his fans with another incredible song! Great job, Jack!

Check out Jack Skuller on iTunes: and be sure to buy “Run Rudolph Run” and benefit the “Musicians On Call” organization. For more on Jack Skuller check out his Bandcamp page: and visit: 

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Follow Jack Skuller on Twitter: @JackSkuller

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