Amy Grant’s Tennessee Christmas Album Touches A Wide Audience

It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like A Tennessee Christmas

Tennessee Christmas by Amy Grant is her first all-new Christmas album in nearly 20 years and intentionally focuses on bringing people together, with multiple songs passionately geared towards the population whose feelings of isolation are amplified over the holidays. Names like The New York Times, Associated Press, The Tennessean and Worship Leader took note of this effort on songs like “Melancholy Christmas.”

In describing Tennessee Christmas to Billboard, multi-platinum selling singer, songwriter Amy Grant called it “a lovely blend of family and real-life experience, with all the happiness and sadness that comes from this time of year when people are really nostalgic, and all the good and bad kind of bubbles up.” is exclusively unveiling the music video for “To Be Together,” calling it “a family-oriented original that promises to be an instant hit with an unbelievable back story.”

In late November, Grant appeared on both the CMA Country Christmas (ABC), Hallmark Channel’s “Home & Family: Home for the Holidays” (Hallmark), Delilah’s Annual Thanksgiving Special and FOX News Radio. Also making waves with Country fans, CMT named Tennessee Christmas one of “10 new country Christmas albums you need under the tree” alongside Country Living one of “9 brand-new country Christmas albums you’ll want playing on repeat.” Parade joined in resounding the critical acclaim saying “thanks to six-time Grammy winner Amy Grant, you don’t have to live in Tennessee to enjoy a beautiful Tennessee Christmas” alongside Southern Living claiming “you’re going to want to grab this one.”

Grant and Michael W. Smith, joined by Republic recording artist Jordan Smith (winner of NBC’s “The Voice”), are currently traversing the country performing their Christmas favorites with a full symphony orchestra in twenty major markets including Dallas, Minneapolis, Atlanta and Baltimore.

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