Tom Wopat, the dark haired hunk of the “Dukes of Hazzard”, belts out “I’ll Be Home for Christmas”. This Bing Crosby hit sounds amazing with Tom’s smooth baritone voice. The album, Home for Christmas, was recorded and released last year with the blond haired stud of the “Dukes of Hazzard”, John Schneider. It debuted on the Billboard “Traditional Jazz” chart at #10 and was named by Rolling Stone as one of the year’s “10 Best Christmas Albums.”
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TOM WOPAT’s engaging presence and warm baritone have taken him from his breakout role as Luke Duke in “The Dukes of Hazzard” to the recording studio, the Great White Way, and the silver screen, in addition to concert and nightclub stages around the world. After a series of popular country albums, he released a string of acclaimed pop/jazz albums featuring new arrangements of American Songbook classics, as well as contemporary songs by Paul Simon, Bruce Springsteen and James Taylor. The Still of the Night from Angel Records – which was praised for its “tender and elegant vocals, touched with jazz feeling” by The New York Times – was followed by Dissertation on the State of Bliss, Consider it Swung and I’ve Got Your Number (all available from LML Music). Other notable TV roles include “Cybill” – for which he shared a SAG Award nomination for Best Ensemble in a Comedy Series – “Smallville” and “Blue Bloods.” As a Broadway leading man, he received Tony Award nominations for starring in Annie Get Your Gun (opposite Bernadette Peters) and A Catered Affair. Other major Broadway credits include Chicago, 42nd Street, Sondheim on Sondheim, Glengarry Glen Ross, Catch Me If You Can and last season’s Tony Award- winning play The Trip To Bountiful with Cicely Tyson. In Hollywood, he appeared in Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained and the upcoming dramatic feature Fair Haven.
JOHN SCHNEIDER was 18 when he was cast as Bo Duke in the hit CBS television series “The Dukes of Hazzard.” He has gone on to a wide-ranging and accomplished career on stage, in music and on screen. Recent TV appearances include “Glee,” “Hot in Cleveland,” “Smallville” (portraying Clark Kent’s adoptive father for ten seasons), “CSI: Miami,” “The Secret Life of the American Teenager” (with his real-life son Chasen), “Nip/Tuck,” “Desperate Housewives” and hosting “Trick My What?” on Country Music Television. He is currently featured on Tyler Perry’s “The Haves and The Have Nots” on the OWN Network, which will return for a fourth season in January 2016. Schneider starred on Broadway in Chicago and Grand Hotel, in addition to crossing the country on the national tour of The Civil War. His ten solo albums have topped the Billboard Country charts since the 1970s, including four #1 Country Hits, eleven Top 20 Country Hits and the #1 Country Album “A Memory Like You.” More recent albums are available on his own Faith Works record label. His TV specials include “John Schneider Back Home” and “John Schneider’s White Christmas.” In 1983 John Schneider and Marie Osmond co-founded the Children’s Miracle Network, a charity which raises funds for children’s hospitals throughout North America. Schneider and Osmond continue to tour together. Through John Schneider Studios, his independent film studio in Louisiana, Schneider has written and directed such films as Smothered, Like Son and Anderson Bench.