Tenth Avenue North Makes Fun-Filled Run Through The Decades On New Christmas Album

Tenth Avenue North is gearing up for the release of their upcoming holiday record, Decade The Halls Vol. 1, which will be out on Nov. 10. The unique concept album is a musical walk through the last 100 years of Christmas music, with each song highlighting a different decade from the 1920s all the way to the present day. The band explores different instrumentation, rhythms, and tones specific to each decade and genre of that time period on the unique new project on Reunion Records.

Britt Nicole, Colton Dixon, Zach Williams, Jon McLaughlin, and Sarah Reeves join on the album.

The band will be taking the concept project on the road in December with Zach Williams and Meredith Andrews on a fun-filled “Decade The Halls” Tour presented by Compassion International. The tour will feature the stylistically different songs with full wardrobe changes that coincide with each different decade for a memorable holiday event.

Tour dates and ticket information can be found at tenthavenuenorth.com/tour.

 Decade The Halls Vol. 1 Track Listing:
1. Good King Wenceslas (1920s)
2. O Come All Ye Faithful (1930s)
3. O Holy Night (feat. Jon McLaughlin) (1940s)
4. The First Christmas (feat. Zach Williams) (1950s)
5. Deck the Halls (1960s)
6. We Three Kings (feat. Britt Nicole) (1970s)
7. Go Tell It On The Mountain (1980s)
8. The First Noel (feat. Colton Dixon) (1990s)
9. Mistletoe (The Christmas Sweater Song) (2000s)
10. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (feat. Sarah Reeves) (2010s)


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