Toby Keith announces holiday CD details
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Toby Keith announces holiday CD details

Monday, August 13, 2007 – Toby Keith will release his first holiday album in more than a decade this fall. The two-disc A Classic Christmas features Keith's renditions of traditional yuletide favorites.

No exact release date was announced Monday.

Produced by Keith and Grammy winner Randy Scruggs, the set offers favorites including "White Christmas," "Silver Bells" and "The Christmas Song."

"There's a reason people gravitate to these songs year after year, and I'm no exception," Keith says. "I wouldn't have considered making another Christmas record, if not for the fact that I hadn't done any of these the first time around. And doing a double disc set let us go back and get just about all the big ones."

His 1995 release, "Christmas To Christmas," contained new songs, many penned by Keith.

Songs on the new set include:
Disc One
1. Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
2. Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow
3. Winter Wonderland
4. Silver Bells
5. I'll Be Home For Christmas
6. Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree
7. The Christmas Song
8. White Christmas
9. Frosty The Snowman
10. Please Come Home For Christmas

Disc Two
1. Little Drummer Boy
2. Go Tell It On The Mountain
3. The First Noel
4. O Come All Ye Faithful
5. Silent Night
6. Away In A Manger
7. We Three Kings
8. O Little Town Of Bethlehem
9. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
10. Joy To The World

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