2020-10-01

Lady Antebellum - On This Winter's Night

This country trio has been all over the pop and country charts for a couple of years now, and this is actually their second foray into holiday music. If you’ve enjoyed their radio hits then you’ll enjoy their take on your favorite Christmas songs.

Rod Stewart - Merry Christmas, Baby

Yep, Rod Stewart is still around making music! Fortunately, it’s still pretty grand to listen to! This album features numerous guest appearances including Cee-Lo and Mary J. Blige, all of which complements Rod Stewarts signature raspy voice.

John Travolta and Olivia Newton John – This Christmas

A Grease reunion Christmas album? Count me in. If you were a fan of these two together way back when, then you owe it to yourself to check out this album. Christmas songs are always a joy and it is great hearing these two together again.

Richard Marx - Christmas Spirit

This is a name you may not have heard since the ‘80s, but I bet you remember the song “Where ever you go, whatever you do, I will be right here waiting for you.” Since then Richard has been writing songs for others, but this is his first holiday release. Featuring a surprising cast of veterans from Nickel Creek’s Sara Watkins and Vertical Horizon’s Matt Scannel, this is an album not to be missed if you enjoy a different kind of Christmas.

Celtic Woman - Home for Christmas

Celtic Woman has been one of the top vocal groups for a few years now. This, their second holiday release, is even better than the first. If you enjoy their trademark vocal ballads then you can’t afford to miss it.

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