Brett Eldredge is heading into the holiday season by putting the spotlight on his 2016 release, Glow. He is set to perform tracks off the holiday collection in both Nashville and New York. On November 27th, Brett he will notch a third year on the CMA Country Christmas special airing on ABC followed by the Christmas in Rockefeller Center special airing on NBC on November 29th. He will then take his Nashville-famous holiday concert, big band in tow, to New York City’s Irving Plaza on December 1st at 8:00 p.m. Tickets for the show go on sale today (Friday, November 10th) at 10 a.m. on

Brett said, “I’m ready to bring the holidays back bigger and better than ever. I love everything about Christmas, from the snow to decorations to the music. I can’t wait to get Glow out to fans again this season. The tree-lighting in Rockefeller Center especially has been a dream of mine since I was a kid – between that, the CMA special and my show in New York, I feel like I got all my Christmas gifts early this year.”

Glow is Brett's very first holiday album. He 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.)

This year, fans can purchase a brand new vinyl of the project, now available in stores and through digital retailers. Glow features seasonal classics and the original title track in addition to a special duet of “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” with Meghan Trainor. The pair’s version of the tune hit Number One on both the Adult Contemporary and Holiday Music charts.

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