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It's going to be a "Hell of a Holiday" for Pistol Annies

Thursday, September 30, 2021 – It's going to be a "Hell of a Holiday" season for Pistol Annies.

The trio - Miranda Lambert, Angaleena Presley and Ashley Monroe - announced Wednesday they would release a 13-song holiday album on Oct. 25.

While most of the songs appear to be originals, "If We Make It Through December" was penned by Merle Haggard and included on "Merle Haggard's Christmas Present" from 1973. "Sleigh Ride" was a hit for The Ronettes in 1963 on Phil Spector's "A Christmas Gift for You."

The track list is:
1. Hell of a Holiday
2. Snow Globe
3. Harlan County Coal
4. Come On Christmas Time
5. If we make it through December
6. Make You Blue
7. Leanin' on Jesus
8. The Only Thing I wanted
9. Believing
10. Happy Birthday
11. Sleigh Ride
12. Joy
13. Auld Lang Syne

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CD review - The Blade Ashley Monroe gains more acclaim for other projects than she does for her own solo efforts. Monroe is one third of side group Pistol Annies. She sang with Blake Shelton on his hit "Lonely Tonight." She received praise for her first proper solo album (her ill-fated Satisfied" was released three years after its completion by her former label, Sony), "Like a Rose," in 2013, although that was a release that stood on the strength of the songs because three singles produced zero hits. ...
CD review - American Middle Class Angaleena Presley is best known as being one-third of Pistol Annies, the very cool side group with Miranda Lambert and Ashley Monroe. For Presley, the Annies (she is "Holler Annie") was her calling card to putting out this debut disc at 37, but the Annies needn't be thought of as a fall back plan for the Kentucky native. What separates Presley apart is her very sharp songwriting. Presley brings story songs to the fore, but these aren't feel good, everything works out in the ...
CD review - Platinum Cynics might think that Miranda Lambert is presumptuous in entitling her fifth disc "Platinum" and, in effect, assuming she'll get her plaque for selling 1 million units. But Lambert says that isn't the case, but more a matter of style, looks and feel. Lambert also wrote and discovered a lot of excellent songs that fit her quite well in an album in which she exposes her inner self as she matures. That may never more apparent than in the country rocker Lambert wrote ...

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