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Lady Antebellum Wants You to Have “A Holly Jolly Christmas” – Song Review

Lady Antebellum released their Christmas Album “On This Winter’s Night” on October 22nd, which includes the timeless song “ A Holly Jolly Christmas.” The group does a fantastic job of covering this song adding just enough of their own signature sound to make it new and fresh. However, they also knew not to change it up too much… after all it is a classic!

“A Holly Jolly Christmas” is one of those songs that immediately can get you in the Christmas spirit. Hillary takes the reins and does the lead vocals, which of course still features charming harmonies with Dave and Charles. There is an instrumental interlude that has a big band sound that really added a certain holiday cheeriness to the song. Lady A’s version of “A Holly Jolly Christmas” is definitely one you will want to add to your country Christmas collection!

The whole album “On This Winter’s Night” is available now on iTunes!

Here is the track listing:

  1. A Holly Jolly Christmas
  2. Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)
  3. All I Want for Christmas is You
  4. I’ll Be Home for Christmas
  5. This Christmas
  6. The First Noel
  7. On This Winter’s Night
  8. Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow
  9. Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
  10. Silent Night (Lord of My Life)
  11. Blue Christmas
  12. Silver Bells

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