Just in time for the holiday season from MCA Nashville and available at Cracker Barrel is Vince Gill: The Christmas Collection and limited edition double vinyl set and it is the first time it has ever been on vinyl The MCA Nashville double LP includes 1993’s platinum, #1 Billboard Holiday Album, Let There Be Peace on Earth on green vinyl and 1998’s Breath of Heaven, recorded with the Patrick Williams Orchestra, on red vinyl. The collection includes such classics as “Santa Claus is Coming to Town,” “The Christmas Song,” and “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.” The 21-time Grammy award-winning artist also lends his voice to Elvis Presley’s 1957 hit, “Blue Christmas.”
Also included in the package are Gill’s classic versions of “O Holy Night,” “Let There Be Peace On Earth,” featuring a then 11-year-old daughter Jenny Gill, and “Breath of Heaven,” a song co-written by Gill’s wife and star of the Contemporary Christian genre, Amy Grant. Gill and Grant are set for a 12-night engagement as part of their much-beloved Christmas at the Ryman performances, beginning on November 28 and ending December 23. These historically sold-out concerts at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium have become a Music City tradition. Vince Gill: The Christmas Collection is available now in all Cracker Barrel stores nationwide and online at https://shop.crackerbarrel.com/music-movies-books/music/vinyl/vince-gill-the-christmas-collection-exclusive-lp/660150
My Opinion: What is Christmas without Vince Gill Christmas music? I’m such a Vince Gill fan he has a great voice and if you’re new to his music you really should check it out as this Christmas album will not disappoint you. It’s a nice touch to have one vinyl record red and one vinyl record green is very festive.
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