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George Strait Christmas Songs & Music

Like many of his Nashville cohorts, the 'King of Country', George Strait includes Christmas music as an important part of his output. Over twenty years, Strait released some of the most popular seasonal albums of modern times. In 2003, a collection of his favourite holiday tracks was compiled on the album 20th Century Masters: The Christmas Collection- The Best of George Strait.

George Strait Christmas Albums

Merry Christmas Strait to You!

1986: Merry Christmas Strait to You!

George Strait keeps his arrangements sweet and simple, giving his Christmas music a fun, light quality. His first yuletide album, Merry Christmas Strait to You, is an entertaining mix of classics and new material. Strait gives uplifting renditions of traditional carols like Away in a Manger along with holiday favourites such as Santa Claus is Coming to Town and Winter Wonderland. Strait puts his own stamp on the album with several new tracks, including Merry Christmas Strait to You and When It’s Christmas Time in Texas. The album reached double platinum sales, paving the way for plenty more holiday cheer from the King of Country.

Merry Christmas Wherever You Are

1999: Merry Christmas Wherever You Are

Just like his previous holiday album, Strait’s Merry Christmas Wherever You Are blends holiday favourites with new seasonal material. This time, Strait tries his hand at classics like Jingle Bell Rock and Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, whilst introducing new carols including I Know What I Want for Christmas. Released some thirteen years after Merry Christmas Strait to You, Strait’s voice here is more mature, creating an album of crooning carols to rival Sinatra.

Fresh Cut Christmas

2006: Fresh Cut Christmas

George Strait handpicked ten of his favourite Christmas recordings for this album; available exclusively through Hallmark over Christmas 2006. The compilation album was a huge success, soaring to platinum sales in just one week. In 2008, the album was re-released under the title Classic Christmas.

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