In his own signature style, Sam Hunt does a little Christmas caroling as a preview for a special holiday concert series...
As one of the headlining artists for KMLE Country 107.9's "Not So Silent Night" event this year, country hitmaker Sam Hunt gave a little holiday cheer to fans during an interview with radio hosts to get fans amped up!
For his preview performance, Hunt chose the 1949 Christmas song made wildly popular by Gene Autry. The song initially debuted in early November 1949 sung by Harry Brannon, but it was Autry's recording that hit No. 1 the week of Christmas 1949 that which sealed it into an American holiday tradition.
Renowned for his trademark style of sing-talking (eg: "Take Your Time"), Hunt has made BIG waves this year as an artist. Seemingly coming out of the blue, Hunt dominated the charts with hits like "Leave The Night On", "Ex To See", and "House Party".
Since the tremendous success of his debut full-length album Montevallo, Hunt has begun to see his fan base grow immensely. With his first tour, Lipstick Graffiti, all 15 venues sold out within minutes of going on sale and he shows no sign of stopping!
Check out this country superstar's unique sing-talking rendition of a holiday favorite, "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer" in the video below!
You know Dasher and Dancer and Prancer and Vixen,
Comet and Cupid and Donder and Blitzen.,
But do you recall?
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