Shelton fills up with "Cheers"
Thursday, November 3, 2022
– Blake Shelton is back again with a holiday album, but this time "Cheers, It's Christmas (Super Deluxe)," will be out with three new songs when it drops Nov. 11.
The new songs are "Up On The House Top," "Holly Jolly Christmas" and "Cheer For The Elves," a previously released Gwen Stefani original track.
"During the holidays I always celebrate traditions and add new things, so cheers to some new music," said Shelton. "After all, what is Christmas without it. I just want to thank everyone for including my music in your festive playlists all these years. It really is 'the most wonderful time of the year.'"
Former The Voice coach Kelly Clarkson joins Shelton on "There's A New Kid In Town," Reba sings on "Oklahoma Christmas," Michael Bublé can be heard on "Home" and Shelton's very own mother guests on "Time For Me To Come Home."
The track listing is:
1) Up On The House Top
2) Cheer For The Elves
3) Holly Jolly Christmas
4) Jingle Bell Rock
5) White Christmas
6) Oklahoma Christmas (Feat. Reba)
7) Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
8) There's a New Kid in Town (Feat. Kelly Clarkson)
9) Santa's Got a Choo Choo Train
10) Home (Feat. Michael Bublé)
11) Winter Wonderland
12) The Christmas Song
13) Blue Christmas
14) I'll Be Home for Christmas
15) Silver Bells (Feat. Xenia)
16) Time for Me to Come Home (Feat. Dorothy Shackleford)
17) The Very Best Time of Year (Feat. Trypta-Phunk)
18) Savior's Shadow
19) Two Step 'Round the Christmas Tree
20) Christmas Eve
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