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Dolly Parton’s rendition of “Silent Night”

What’s better than a good Dolly Parton Christmas song? (Hint: Nothing). “Silent Night” is an essential song to listen to during the holidays, and Dolly’s rendition is everything we never knew we needed.

Jenna DeVries’ new single “December”

“I wrote December the first Christmas I spent without my family. I needed a way to really grieve all the ways my life had changed – for better and for worse. It is a strange feeling to go through the holidays celebrating when your heart is broken. I know so many other members of the LGBTQIA+ community experience that feeling. Or anyone who is suffering a loss over the holidays… I hope this song gives people an outlet to grieve and to really feel those feelings. I hope it helps them feel less alone.”

Tiera Kennedy’s rendition of “I’ll Be Home For Christmas”

Tiera Kennedy unwraps the magic of the season, delivering angelic vocals on holiday classics “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” and “Blue Christmas.” “As soon as I get the first taste of fall, I immediately turn on Christmas music,” shares Tiera Kennedy. “I’ve been traveling a lot this year doing what I love but have missed being home. Both ‘Blue Christmas’ and ‘I’ll Be Home For Christmas’ convey that longing to be with the ones you love so it felt right to put my own stamp on them.”

Hailey Whitters’ rendition of “New Baby For Christmas”

Nashville-based rising country star Hailey Whitters released a cover of George Jones’ Christmas classic “New Baby For Christmas”. “’New Baby For Christmas’ was initially recorded in 1957 and I thought it was fun, as it’s kind of a honky tonk heartbreak/cheating song disguised as a Christmas song,” explains Whitters.

Jillian Jacqueline‘s new single “Kid at Christmas”

Jillian Jacqueline’s new holiday tune will make you feel like a “Kid at Christmas.” “Wrote a Christmas song last Monday night & then quickly enlisted some holiday elves to help record it live so you’d have something to listen to for the next 15 days…,” Jacqueline shared to Twitter.

Callista Clark‘s rendition of “Please Come Home For Christmas”

“My grandparents own a Christmas tree farm so it has always been a big holiday for me and my family. I love that with this release, I kind of get to be a part of a lot of other families’ holiday and share my love of Christmas with the world,” Clark shares. “I grew up listening to Classic Rock which is probably why ‘Please Come Home For Christmas’ has always been my favorite — it gives me that feeling of listening to classics on vinyl.”

Jordana Bryant‘s new single “First Christmas In Love”

“I absolutely love Christmas time! Growing up I would always watch those classic Hallmark Christmas movies with my grandma and I loved how they instantly put you in the Christmas spirit,” Jordana Bryant shares. “I really wanted to capture those same feelings with my Christmas song and hopefully make people feel the magic of the holidays when they hear it.”