PITTSBURGH, Nov. 29, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The Pittsburgh holiday parody, "12 Days of Pittsburgh N'at," (www.12daysofpittsburgh.com) written by Bob Rak and performed by Rak, Leah Hillgrove and Ed Selker, is now available for gifting as an 'iPod Stuffer' for the holiday season.
"No Pittsburgh holiday is complete without the '12 Days of Pittsburgh N'at,'" said Kathy Reschini Sweeney, a Pittsburgh-based attorney who recently gifted the song to people on her holiday list. "It's my musical gift choice for 2012. And 'yinzers' who have moved out of town love it even more than those of us who still live here!"
To gift the song, go to: http://amzn.to/Ttlgce. (Aside from Amazon.com, the song can also be gifted from iTunes and other digital music sites). No matter which site you use to gift the song, the download works with any digital device, such as an iPhone, iPod, Android, etc.
As part of the holiday season, the group has also issued a free, Pittsburgh-themed holiday e-greeting available on its website that people can download and send to friends and/or family, both in Pittsburgh or to those who have moved away from the region. To send the free e-greeting, go to www.12daysofpittsburgh.com/e-greeting/.
About 12 Days of Pittsburgh N'at
Sung in 'Pittsburghese,' the '12 Days of Pittsburgh N'at' plays-up some of Pittsburgh's best-known and loved places, phrases and occurrences. Follow '12 Days of Pittsburgh N'at' on Facebook (www.facebook.com/12daysofpittsburgh), YouTube (www.youtube.com/user/12DaysofPittsburgh) and Twitter (@12daysofPgh). For more information, visit www.12daysofpittsburgh.com or call 412.221.4550.
SOURCE 12 Days of Pittsburgh