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Ricky Van Shelton Sings Christmas was released in 1989, after his first two albums made him a very popular country musician. It may have been a little quick to release a holiday record, but Van Shelton was at a peak of popularity, so it made sense to release a record at that point. And Sings Christmas wasn't a bad album, even if it wasn't particularly distinctive. He is in good voice throughout the record and does a nice job with the standards, even if the newer songs are somewhat weak. Ultimately, Sings Christmas is the kind of record only hardcore fans will need to hear, but they should be pleased with it.


Born: 12 January 1952 in Danville, VA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s

Ricky Van Shelton was one of country music's biggest male stars during the late '80s and early '90s, prior to the emergence of crossover sensations like Garth Brooks. Van Shelton's smooth baritone croon made him especially popular as a country-pop ballad stylist, but elsewhere he incorporated elements of rock, gospel, and classic honky tonk. Van Shelton was born in Danville, VA, in 1952 and grew up in the small town of Grit. He learned to sing at church and discovered country music as a teenager,...
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