Brett Eldredge shared his Christmas spirit with a live performance of his new holiday album, Glow, at an invitation-only event at a club in Nashville last night (Tuesday, December 13th). The singer donned a tux and took the stage surrounded by a small orchestra where he belted out some of his holiday favorites in the spirit of some of his heroes.
Brett tells us: ["I love Big Band music. I grew up singing jazz music, which a lot of people don't know, but I was singing Frank Sinatra and Dean Martin and Bobby Darren and all these different singers — Bing Crosby. I was singing these Christmas songs as a kid, so I think that a lot of the classic Christmas songs are done in that way and I just love that kind of music, and if I had one way to make a Christmas record it would be more swing and smooth, sexy kind of way and I think that's exactly what Glow is."] SOUNDCUE (:25 OC: . . . what Glow is.)
Last night's show was officially Brett's last concert of the year. He'll soon be heading home to Paris, Illinois to celebrate Christmas with his mom, dad and brother who were all in the audience.