Steve Wariner announces ‘Feels Like Christmas Time’

Wariner will host a special TalkShopLive pre-order event

Multi-GRAMMY, CMA and ACM Award-winning performer Steve Wariner is set to release a new Christmas album, Feels Like Christmas Time, on October 15th. The album features newly imagined arrangements of Christmas classics including “Silent Night,” “The First Noel” and “It Came Upon a Midnight Clear” as well as six original holiday tunes, all written by Wariner. Christmas songs hold a special place in Wariner’s heart as his birthday falls on Christmas Day.

Along with the album pre-order, the official visualizer for the title track, “Feels Like Christmas Time,” is available.

Additionally, there will be a TalkShopLive #WarinerWednesday pre-order event on September 22nd at 8 pm ET/5 pm PT where Wariner will answer questions, play music, and talk about his upcoming Christmas album. A limited edition white vinyl of the album with a signed poster as well as a bundle that contains the limited edition white vinyl, signed poster, playable vinyl postcard, ornament and shirt are available for pre-order now on


1. Feels Like Christmas Time (Written by Rick Carnes & Steve Wariner)
2. Silent Night (Traditional, Arr. Steve Wariner)
3. It Came Upon a Midnight Clear (Traditional, Arr. Steve Wariner)
4. Christmas in Your Arms (Written by Bill Anderson & Steve Wariner)
5. Medley: Away in a Manger/O Little Town of Bethlehem/We Wish You a Merry Christmas (Traditional, Arr. Steve Wariner)
6. On Christmas Morning (Written by Lisa Silver & Steve Wariner)
7. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (Traditional, Arr. Steve Wariner)
8. The First Noel (Traditional, Arr. Steve Wariner)
9. Our Savior is Born (Written by Steve Wariner)
10. Tennessee Snowfall (Written by Steve Wariner)
11. It Won’t Be Christmas (Written by Jim “Moose” Brown & Steve Wariner)

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