Gab’s Countdown to Christmas: Mickey Guyton


Thanksgiving is over and we’ve flipped the calendar to December which can only mean one thing: It’s officially acceptable to listen to Christmas music.

Truth be told, I LOVE Christmas music. My Christmas playlist has over 1,000 songs and I could listen to “All I Want for Christmas is You” year-round. Now, we get to celebrate it for the next 25 days!

We’re kicking off day one with Mickey Guyton’s adorable cover of “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” from the Frozen soundtrack. If there’s one thing that rivals my love of Christmas and country music, it’s Disney.

So without further ado, let’s kick off our countdown to Christmas with a little snowman building courtesy of Mickey Guyton.

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