Dan + Shay release Xmas song
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Dan + Shay release Xmas song

Thursday, November 5, 2020 – Dan + Shay are out with a new holiday song "Take Me Home For Christmas."

"This is our first original Christmas song, and we had a blast writing and recording it," Dan Smyers said. "It was cool to get in the holiday spirit a little early this year because I think we could all use some extra positivity and cheer. Our fans have asked for Christmas music every year, so I hope you all have as much fun listening to it as we did making it."

The reigning CMA Vocal Duo of the Year will be joined by Justin Bieber for the world television premiere of their multi-week, number one hit "10,000 Hours" on the 54th Annual CMA Awards next Wednesday at 8 p.m. eastern on ABC


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