Here's a little more of the story from ABC News:
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"We are not more mature. It's pretty much like we're back in college. It's like nothing has ever changed," founding member Dan Ponce said.
"I want this to go huge. I would love this to be my career," Itkoff said.
But the members of Straight, No Chaser can't afford to quit their day jobs yet. Ponce is a reporter for ABC News affiliate WLS-TV in Chicago. Itkoff is juggling a medical sales job, a young family and his touring schedule. His wife, Cindy, has rearranged the family schedule, and flew in grandparents to babysit so she could join her husband on tour.
"The day the album came out, we went down to our local store and brought out the CD and took pictures with it," she said. "I don't know what a rock star wife is going to be like," she added, laughing.
Here's a clip of the 12 Days of Christmas. It is great!