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Ten Out of Tenn - Christmas

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This is a beautiful, fun album for the holidays. Well-done.

I love Christmas albums. Just when you think you’ve heard them all something new and fresh comes along to bring a smile to your face. That’s what I like about Ten Out Of Tenn and their new album “Christmas.” It’s like getting a box of assorted chocolates. It’s a new treat with each song, and there’s not a chocolate covered cherry in the bunch. (Sorry if those are your favorites! You can have mine.) Ten Out Of Tenn are a talented group of Nashville artists who have teamed up to record and tour together. There are a lot of good things going on in Nashville and it’s been a great idea to have these artists get more exposure for their work through this group. What do we have here? Everything from the wistful “Cinnamon and Chocolate” by Butterfly Boucher to new takes on old classics (”O Holy Night” by Griffin House, “Little Drummer Boy” by Erin McCarley, “Silent Night” by Katie Herzig and “O Come, O Come Emmanuel” by Matthew Perryman Jones). Those and the clear-eyed looks at the good and not-so-good parts of the holidays (”Raise The Tree” by Trent Dabbs, “Why Are Mommy and Daddy Fighting on Christmas?” by K.S. Rhoads and “Christmas Time” by Andy Davis and “Sentimental Christmas” by Tyler James) make this an album that’s easily listenable time and again. It’s not bouncy but reflective, which gives the listener some credit for thinking. And, of course, for a little spike in the holiday punch, there’s “Santa’s Lost His Mojo,” the most fun holiday song since “Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer.” Jeremy Lister gives it a bounce that will get any party swinging. It will be one song (although not the only one on this top-notch album) that will stick in your mind and merit repeat listens. If this were the kind of music playing in department stores I wouldn’t mind braving the crowds.

Best Christmas Album Since Bing Crosby

first of all if any of you have not had the pleasure of seeing this group of amazing artists out on tour you are missing out! they have created what might be the coolest, most creative christmas album ive ever heard. i also suggest downloading all of these guys' albums, not one of them will disappoint.

So great!

Is there anything better than a new Christmas album? This wonderful group of artists have come together again to bring a fabulous listen. They all exude talent! This soulful album will surely be played often in my house this season! Way to go Ten out of Tenn.! Throw another log on the fire and enjoy the tunes! Love it!

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