rsz_christmas_1The South West’s hardest working comedy singer, Micky John Bull, is battling to beat the big players to Christmas Number 1 with his brand new single The Office Christmas Party, the first ever Christmas single on this very relatable theme.

Micky, from Bristol, has been entertaining audiences across the UK and Europe since the early 1960s and, now aged 71, still performs over 250 gigs a year, easily covering 1,500 miles a week to and from shows. His career has seen him work alongside the likes of Pete Budd (The Wurzels, Pete Budd and the Rebels), Noel Edmonds (BBC Radio 1, Top of the Pops, Deal or No Deal) and Lee Sheridan (Brotherhood of Man), perform in the well-loved comedy band Best of British, and even score a minor hit in 1985 with Super Rooster.

In a career spanning more than 50 years of changing trends in comedy, Micky has never failed to get an encore and still delights audiences up and down the UK, often performing well into the night.

Micky, who declares that “everybody loves a good Christmas song”, laments the lack of new festive hits to follow in the footsteps of Wizzard’s I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday and Slade’s Merry Christmas Everybody.

Micky said: “Mistletoe, Christmas romance and coming home for Christmas have all been done. But despite the obvious mileage in the subject, there’s never been a Christmas hit single about an occasion most of us are very familiar with – the disastrous office Christmas party.

“I know I’m the underdog – the David to Simon Cowell’s Goliath – but it would be such a wonderful Christmas present for me to see this song get to the top spot of the charts.

“I’m thrilled to release The Office Christmas Party, and I dare you not to get it stuck in your head!

The Office Christmas Party was released on all major platforms on 1 December 2017 – watch the official video at

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