Country music veteran and committed Christian T. Graham Brown will release his very first holiday album, Christmas with T. Graham Brown, on October 3. The perfect stocking- stuffer will be released by Mansion Entertainment and distributed by Sony RED Distribution. The project was produced by T. Graham Brown and Tony Griffith.
"I love Christmas! Christmas music makes everyone happy," said an excited Brown. "We hope this album makes you happy and that you'll play it all season long, every year. Merry Christmas!"
Brown chose 11 songs, a combination of classic and new tracks, which he hopes will bring the Christmas spirit to friends and fans everywhere. Standout tracks include the feel good standards, "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" and "I'll Be Home for Christmas," which blends perfectly with Brown's unique style. You'll find a few up-tempo choices to energize the holiday rush and make you feel like dancin' and singin' along. There's a rockin' "Run Run Rudolph," and a fun fantasy tune, "Santa Claus is Comin' in a UFO," penned by T., his wife, Sheila and their son, Acme. There's a little "Merry" music for every Christmas music fan on Christmas with T. Graham Brown.
The future holiday classic is the follow-up to Brown's 2015 Grammy nominated project, Forever Changed. The Country/Gospel/R&B collection was produced by Brown and Mark Carman. It features collaborations with some of T. Graham's closest friends, including Vince Gill, The Oak Ridge Boys, Jimmy Fortune, Sonya Isaacs and many others. The album marked a triumphant return to the studio for Brown, after a 9 year hiatus. It was met with great critical acclaim from the music industry, critics and fans, securing features in Country Weekly, Billboard, CMT and many more.
Christmas with T. Graham Brown track-listing:
- Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas
- Here Comes Santa Claus
- I'll Be Home For Christmas
- Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree
- Silver Bells
- Run Run Rudolph
- Jingle Bell Rock
- White Christmas
- Santa Claus is Coming in a UFO
- Away in a Manger
- Mary Had a Little Lamb