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Nov 28

Jamie O’Neal & Rachele Lynae Record Classic Christmas Duet

Rachele Lynae & Jamie O'Neal

Rachele Lynae & Jamie O’Neal.

Jamie O’Neal and Rachele Lynae have recorded a duet of the holiday classic “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” to help get their fans in the Christmas spirit. The pair have been in the studio finishing up Rachele’s debut album, set for release in early 2013, and decided to do something special for their fans for the holidays.

“Jamie and I have been working together for almost two years, and we thought it would be really special to sing a Christmas duet together,” Rachele said. “Once we learned the song was a personal favorite for us both, it seemed only natural to record and share with our fans for the holidays. Additionally, to record this song with someone I admire and respect so much was truly an awesome experience –one I won’t soon forget!”

“This song has always been one of my favorite Christmas songs and I never get tired of hearing the many different versions out there,” Jamie said. “It was so much fun to sing this with Rachele and we hope all the fans enjoy hearing it as much as we loved recording it. Merry Christmas everyone!”

For more holiday cheer, check out GAC’s Holiday Central! Countdown the 12 Days of Country Cookies (and Treats!) for favorite holiday recipes from Martina McBride, Chris Young, The Band Perry and more. Plus, get your holiday shopping done through our country-themed Holiday Gift Guide and get all the information about Christmas specials from Lady Antebellum, Blake Shelton and Scotty McCreery airing on GAC throughout December.


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