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Amy Grant, one of the most iconic and beloved songwriters in Christian music, is set to release her first all new Christmas album nearly 20 years. Tennessee Christmas features an updated recording of the Amy Grant Christmas standard, Tennessee Christmas, 6 new songs and traditional Christmas favorites Baby, It's Cold Outside (featuring Vince Gill), O Come All Ye Faithful & Joy To The World. This brand new album showcases Amy's classic vocal with intimate and mellow arrangements, interspersed with personal stories and holiday memories. Featuring a team of acclaimed producers, this medley of seasonal tracks is sure to be a record that is returned to year after year.

Christmas music has become synonymous with Amy Grant over the years, which has led to over 2.7 million Christmas albums sold in her career. This season, Grant will embark on a west coast Christmas tour and stop at the iconic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee with husband Vince Gill for 9 shows.

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  • Audio CD (October 21, 2016)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Amy Grant
  • ASIN: B01IY8F72A
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (157 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,508 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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By Tyson TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 21, 2016
Format: Audio CD
Amy Grant has been the voice of my family's Christmas since 1983 with the release of A Christmas Album. All of her follow-up Christmas albums have been just as flawless and, to me, her voice is just as important to my holiday playlist as Nat King Cole, Burl Ives and Brenda Lee.

Naturally I was thrilled to see Amy release a brand new Christmas album! And, on average, I am very pleased with the result. Being fully honest, this cannot compare to her iconic albums of the '80s and '90s, but it's certainly not a dud. Her vocals are understandably strained by now (can you believe she's 55-years-old??) but still I think she sounds great. My biggest complaint, if I were to complain, is that the productions are so much more subtle compared to her prior work. Even compared to her 2008 rendition of "Jingle Bells" the productions sound noteably cheaper. Gone are the full-stage orchestras and instead we get subdued pianos and hushed voices. Track 4 entitled "Melancholy Christmas" is more indicative of how the entire album sounds. Even her cover of the Chipmunks classic "Christmas Don't Be Late" is moody and a little sad-sounding.

Still, there were some clear highlights. I loved "Christmas For You And Me", "I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm" and "Joy to The World" and none were bad or skip-worthy.

OVERALL: This is not a bad album, it's just different. This is Amy Grant Christmas for romantic winter evenings with your loved one and a bottle of wine. It's not for rocking around the tree or opening presents. It's laid back, soft, whispery, and, frankly a little "melancholy". It does not fit smoothly into a playlist with past Amy Grant Christmas albums, but it would work as a soundtrack for quiet, candle-lit dinners. All in all, a beautiful gift to the millions of Amy fans around the world who have associated her with Christmas for the past 33 years.
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I'm a long time Amy Grant fan, since I was a teenager in fact. Amy and I practically grew up together as we are about the same age. Her music has been the soundtrack to my life and I've seen her in concert 7 times now. So, of course when I heard she had a new Christmas album coming out I pre-ordered it immediately and was SO excited. Amy's Christmas albums are always amongst my favorites with their wonderful orchestra arrangements and big choirs, everything I always loved about Christmas music growing up in the church and being a member of an orchestra choir myself. So I have to say I was a bit disappointed at the overall tone of this album. It just doesn't feel very Christmas like to me. It's not very orchestral at all there are no big numbers like you will hear on her other Christmas albums of years past. This is a very toned down, bare bones album. And I love a toned down Amy as well, I love that she is very versatile as an artist, but this just feels very melancholy to me for a Christmas album overall. There aren't very many upbeat or happy tunes here. It's all very blah as a holiday album. I somewhat imagine this to be the kind of holiday album you'd play if you had a death in the family and needed to celebrate but felt wrong doing so. Unlike her Christmas albums of years past, I find myself not wanting to listen to this album much and I'm still cycling back to her previous Christmas albums more frequently so far this year! Perhaps it will grow on me over time as some of her other work has when I haven't immediately loved it right out of the box. But I'm just not sure. I want to feel uplifted at the holidays, not more depressed. Holidays are tough enough as it is, we don't need holiday music to make us feel worse about things!
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By Timothy Yap on October 21, 2016
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Prime Cuts: Tennessee Christmas, Still Can't Sleep, Christmas for You and Me

At the risk of caricature, Amy Grant's career can be divided into three stages. Prior to the 90s, Grant was the queen of CCM. During this first tenure, her songs were transparently Christian. #1 hits such as "El Shaddai," "Sing Your Praise to the Lord," "Father's Eyes" and "Angels" were distinctly Christian in content. But come the next decade, Grant became part of the big diva explosion at the pop charts. During this second era of her storied career, Grant continued to have hits both on the pop and Christian charts. But as expected, the songs became more nebulous in terms of their Christian content. Nevertheless, songs such as "Hope Set High," "Helping Hand," and "House of Love" still have enough traces of spirituality for her Christian fans. After her commercial pop heyday, Grant enters into her third era where she returns back to her spiritual roots without the same CCM force. Her music has become more folky, slower, and certainly more ruminative.

Interestingly, in each of Grant's three stage-career, she has released at least one Christmas album. Released in 1983, "A Christmas Album" was staunchly a CCM product nestling well within Grant's CCM prime. Then to commemorate her pop diva days were her 1992's "Home for Christmas" and 1999's "A Christmas to Remember." Now, gone are her days fighting for #1s on both the pop and Christian charts. In her slower and folkier epoch, comes "Tennessee Christmas." Reflective of her third trimester, "Tennessee Christmas" is not a hurried affair. Every song here is warmly executed with the soft shimmering of acoustic instruments.
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