Aaron Watson And Family Celebrate Holidays With New Album

Aaron Watson is releasing his first-ever Christmas album, An Aaron Watson Family Christmas, this Friday, Oct. 5.

The 10-song collection features both holiday standards and two originals, and was a labor of love for Watson and his family, including his wife of 16 years, Kimberly and their children Jake (12), Jack (10) & Jolee Kate (8), who are all featured on the album. The two originals on the project include the self-penned nod to his home state, “Lonely Lonestar Christmas,” and “She Stared At Him All Night,” a religious song written by Drew Womack.

“We’ve talked about making this record for a few years now and I’m so glad we finally did,” says Watson. “I had so much fun with Kim and the kids working on this project and including them, and am so proud of how it turned out. It’s very much a Frank Sinatra on the farm kind of feel.  We hope it is something families can enjoy during the holidays for years to come.”

Beginning Friday, fans can order special packages from aaronwatson.com with items including a tree ornament replica of Watson’s guitar, a set of holiday cards for fans to send out, an Aaron Watson ugly Christmas sweater, and more.

An Aaron Watson Family Christmas
1. “Lonely Lonestar Christmas” (Aaron Watson)
2. “Santa Claus is Coming to Town” – featuring Kimberly, Jake, Jack & Jolee Kate
3. “She Stared At Him All Night” (Drew Womack)
4. “Christmas Time is Here” – featuring Jolee Kate w/ Jack reading Luke
5. “Baby It’s Cold Outside” – featuring Kimberly
6. “The Christmas Waltz”
7. “Jingle Bells” – featuring Kimberly
8. “Silent Night”
9. “Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer” – featuring Jake
10. “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” – Watson Family Greeting

 

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