Kellie Pickler Releases “My Christmas Caroline” (Listen!)

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Black River Entertainment recording artist Kellie Pickler released a new holiday single, “My Christmas Caroline“, which is now available for iTunes and Amazon purchase. The song was written by Kellie and her songwriter/reality star husband Kyle Jacobs, and centers around her childhood in North Carolina.

Kellie will perform “My Christmas Caroline” on the December 17th episode of her docu-comedy I Love Kellie Pickler, which airs on CMT on Thursday nights. Listen to “My Christmas Caroline” below and let us know what you think by leaving us a comment below.

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This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. aclarkcountry@gmail.com'

    I love this! Caroline is my middle name. Now I have another theme song. My other theme song is Sweet Caroline!!

  2. Jjovellano@msn.com'

    too bad, when I tried to open it “say video not available”. I would have luv to listen to it. Luv Kelly P.

  3. Judyfleck65@gmail.com'

    I love this new Christmas song and her singing.

  4. shirleneherrin@rocketmail.com'

    I love this song, it’s so beautiful. Kellie is great singer.

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