Gab’s Countdown to Christmas: Easton Corbin

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Yesterday morning, I randomly took to Twitter to share my odd love for “Christmas in Dixie.” I don’t know what it is about the Alabama classic, but I absolutely love it. You know who else I love? Easton Corbin. With his deep voice and twang, he’s all kinds of good country.

Well, lo and behold, my tweet was a tad bit clandestine as shortly after proclaiming my love for “Christmas in Dixie,” Santa delivered Easton’s version directly to my Facebook newsfeed. Easton posted it along with the message, “Here is one of my all time favorite Christmas, Alabama’s ‘Christmas in Dixie’.”

Me too, Easton, me too… and this version…well, swoon. Easton and his band sit around in a decorated and dimly lit studio as he lends his traditional twang to the track. The results… magic.

Watch Easton Corbin’s “Christmas in Dixie” which ends with an adorable “From all of us in Nashville, Merry Christmas tonight.”

Here is one of my all time favorite Christmas, Alabama's Christmas in Dixie

Posted by Easton Corbin on Monday, December 21, 2015

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