AXS TV announces Jennifer Nettles Christmas concert

The special coincidens her To Celebrate Christmas album

AXS TV offers viewers a Country Christmas with GRAMMY-winning entertainer Jennifer Nettles as the network premieres an all-new holiday television event on Tuesday, December 20th at 9 pm ET. Band Against Cancer presents Jennifer Nettles: ‘Tis The Season was originally filmed live at the world-famous CMA Theater in Nashville.

In this special, Nettles’ signature vocals are on full display as the set list features a charming blend of classics and modern favorites from her latest album To Celebrate Christmas on Big Machine Records. The special will also have a same night encore broadcast at 11 pm ET and subsequent airings Wednesday, December 21st at 10 pm ET; Thursday, December 22nd at 9 pm ET; Friday, December 23rd at 4 pm ET and 6 pm ET; Wednesday, December 28th at 10 pm ET; and Thursday, December 29th at 9 pm ET.

“Jennifer Nettles is one of the most celebrated women in country today, and her unique take on these classic and modern tunes is the perfect way to celebrate the holiday season,” said Michele M. Dix, AXS TV’s Senior Vice President, Programming and Development. “There is truly something here for everyone to enjoy, whether you’re a Country fan or you just love the spirit of the season. AXS TV is proud to be a part of this incredible event supporting such an important cause.”

The hour-long Yuletide concert special includes “Go Tell It On The Mountain,” “O Holy Night,” and “Merry Christmas With Love,” among others. The unforgettable evening was held to raise funds and awareness for the Band Against Cancer movement—a joint partnership between cancer specialist Sarah Cannon and Big Machine Label Group, aimed at helping people with cancer connect to the support and resources they need.

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