Jason Crabb Helps Kick Off Opry Country Christmas, a New Holiday Tradition at the Grand Ole Opry
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - eMusicWire -- Grammy winner Jason Crabb will help kick off the inaugural season of this new holiday series, Opry Country Christmas, this Sunday, November 28, 2021 at 7 PM CT. Tickets are available at opry.com.

Hosted by Larry Gatlin, Opry Country Christmas will showcase songs of the holiday season during shows November 28, December 5, December 8, and December 12.

"Christmas is all about traditions," says Jason Crabb. "I'm excited to help launch a new tradition, right here in Nashville, at the Grand Ole Opry. It's an honor each and every time to step onto the Opry stage. I can't wait to kick off the Christmas season at the Grand Ole Opry this Sunday! See ya there."

All Opry Country Christmas shows will air on WSM Radio as well as WSM and Opry digital platforms. Tickets for Opry Country Christmas at opry.com.

Home for Christmas, the latest holiday offering from two-time GRAMMY® Award winner and 22-time Dove Award honoree Jason Crabb, has received rave reviews. The three-song EP was produced and arranged by the late Tim Akers (Reba McEntire, CeCe Winans), along with GRAMMY®-winning Rascal Flatts founding member and Red Street CEO Jay DeMarcus.

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Home for Christmas previews Crabb's full-length holiday recording set for release next year. "When I signed to Red Street and Jay asked me what I wanted to do, I told him a Christmas project was one of my dream records," Crabb shares. "I've been doing music for a while now, and you hope and pray for something that helps define your legacy. I think this Christmas project is that record for me. These are the songs I hope my grandkids will grab hold of and be proud of what Grandpa did."

"I was so honored to work with Tim Akers again, and this was his last project," Crabb says. "He was a friend and we'd collaborated before, but this time was special. Tim was producing and arranging the strings for the record when his leukemia came back. He even sat in the hospital in his last days and worked on the music. Nashville lost an amazing talent in Tim, and I really want this record to honor his life. We love you, Tim."

Visit http://www.JasonCrabb.com for more information.

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