Lindsay Ell, Lainey Wilson among BBR Music Group Christmas singles

Christmas music from Everette and Drake Milligan also available

BBR Music Group presents holiday hits featuring new songs from Lindsay Ell, Everette, Drake Milligan and Lainey Wilson. Ell, Everette and Wilson release spiced-up renditions of three holiday favorites, while Milligan drops a Countrified Christmas original.

With effortless flair, Ell infuses the treasured, heart-warming classic, “It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas,” with bluesy soul, Everette reimagines the jolly, fun-loving “Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree” with their signature Bluegrass edge, Wilson puts her sugary sweet spin on the flirty George Strait original, “Christmas Cookies,” and Milligan shows off his sense of humor in his original song, “Cowgirl For Christmas.”

The most nominated female at this year’s Canadian Country Music Awards with five nominations, Ell instinctually reimagines the classic holiday tune, “It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas.” Flaunting her guitar prowess, she kicks off the song with an acoustic guitar solo and closes with spirited electric guitar work. Ell modernizes the number, pairing a bluesy vocal with country instrumentation.

Accompanying Sara Evans on her At Christmas Tour this winter, Everette’s signature rock-n-roll twang and bluesy acoustics breathe new life into the fun and beloved holiday classic, “Rockin Around The Christmas Tree.” Putting their eccentric, honky-tonk soaked spin on the infectious, upbeat groove, it’s sure to put even the biggest Grinch in the holiday spirit.

Milligan expertly showcases his aptitude of storytelling in his new honky tonk, western-inspired holiday groove, “Cowgirl For Christmas,” that he co-wrote with producer Brandon Hood. Filled with masterful picking and a frolicking, fun-spirited chorus, this cowboy will gladly hang up his spurs to get a “Cowgirl For Christmas.”

On the heels of her monumental No. 1 hit song “Things A Man Oughta Know,” Wilson’s take on George Strait’s 1999 “Christmas Cookies” is an adorable vintage Christmas tune, transporting you back in time to a picturesque Norman Rockwell Christmas in the South. With her bell bottoms figuratively covered in tinsel, Wilson delivers the partially spoken song with a believable cheekiness that channels that iconic Dolly Parton sass.

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