Turns out everyone is releasing a Christmas album this year


Holy moly macaroni. This has GOT to be the biggest year for Christmas albums ever!

If you’re like me and a MASSIVELY HUGE Christmas music fan, then you are going to be in heaven this year because it seems like everyone, and I mean EVERYONE, is releasing holiday music this year.

Here’s a rundown of everyone I can think of who’s releasing a Christmas album this year.

reba-my-kind-of-christmasReba: My Kind of Christmas

Reba’s album was in such high demand that she released it a week early back in August. Available exclusively through Cracker Barrel, the album includes songs such as:  Winter Wonderland, The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire), Santa Claus Is Coming To Town, O Holy Night, Hard Candy Christmas, O Come All Ye Faithful, Jingle Bell Rock, Silent Night, White Christmas, Jingle Bells, and I’ll Be Home For Christmas. Get your copy here.

Brett Eldredge: Glowbrett-eldredge-glow

Not much would make me as happy as trapping Brett Eldredge under a bit of mistletoe. But since I’m a
happily married woman, I’ll have to settle for having some Brett Eldredge Christmas tunes to keep me happy.

Brett’s new holiday album Glow is set to be released on October 28 and will feature 11 cheerful tracks including one duet with Meghan Trainor. Glow’s tracklist includes: Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!, Baby, It’s Cold Outside (ft. Meghan Trainor), I’ll Be Home for Christmas, The Christmas Song, Glow, White Christmas, Winter Wonderland, Merry Little Christmas, Silent Night, It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas, and First Noel

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