David Britton Joins Host Jason Crabb for Special Christmas Edition of TBN's 'Praise the Lord'‏

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Christian vocalist David Britton will be joining host Jason Crabb on a special Christmas edition of Trinity Broadcasting Network's (TBN) flagship program,Praise the Lord, which is slated to air on Thursday, December 17, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. PST. The program was taped before a live studio audience at the network's TBN HD Auditorium outside of Nashville, Tennessee. For a list of stations airing Praise the Lord or to watch online, visit

Britton joins host Jason Crabb, along with special guests Danny Gokey, Collin Raye, Rhonda Vincent and Aaron Crabb. During the Christmas special, Britton shares songs from his new, full-length holiday CD, Christmas, which released to retail on October 9, 2015, through New Day Distribution, and follows on the heels of Britton's impressive patriotic EP, American Glory.

"I am extremely excited to be a part of the TBN Christmas Special, and to share the stage with this phenomenal group of artists," says Britton. "There will be something for everyone!"

Christmas, which released digitally last year and released to brick & mortar retailers on October 9, 2015, showcases the unique ability of the classically trained Britton, who has performed at Carnegie Hall and with opera companies around the world, to effortlessly merge his diverse influences. He wraps his incredibly rich pop-classical sound (with a twist of anthemic rock) into and around these timeless holiday classics. The result is a poignant collection of cozy favorites and a blend of powerful yet intimate moments, custom made for the Christmas season.

The project launches with a creative new arrangement of the classic carol, "Joy to the World," which features heady rock 'n' roll undergirding classical piano and the added bonus of a gospel choir. Fans of Trans-Siberian Orchestra will love it! Britton pulls back for a reverent rendition of the more melancholy contemporary Christmas hymn, "Mary, Did You Know." He draws on the classic crooners like Bing Crosby for inspiration on the old school classic, "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," then presents a breathtaking, intimate rendition of the beloved carol, "O Holy Night," one of the signature songs from his live shows.

"Angels We Have Heard On High" gets an updated treatment, as Britton is once again backed by a gospel choir, giving listeners the idea that they may indeed be listening to angels from on high, extolling the birth of the Savior. Angels continue to take center stage on "Whispers," an original Christmas hymn co-written by Britton and producer Billy Smiley describing the miraculous events of the first Christmas morning from the perspective of the mighty warrior angels who heralded the Messiah's birth.

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