In 2013, Trace Adkins released one of the most unique country Christmas albums to ever grace store shelves. Called The King's Gift, the album featured Adkins' renditions of Christmas carols performed in a Celtic style.
One of the songs Adkins recorded was "I Saw Three Ships," which originated in England and dates back for centuries. To add a level of Celtic authenticity to his performance, Adkins invited a popular Scottish singer to join him in a duet on the song.
Alyth McCormick is well-respected in her home country of Scotland and around the world. She has appeared on a countless number of other artists' recordings over the years, and has released two albums of her own.
During the CMA Country Christmas special in 2013, McCormick joined Adkins for a once-in-a-lifetime performance of their "I Saw Three Ships" duet.
McCormick opened the performance on her own, singing a cappella before a piper and other musicians joined in. That's when Adkins booming voice rang throughout the room, as a single spotlight made him visible to the crowd.
Adkins and McCormick continued to trade pieces of the song back and forth until they finally combined their voices together in a glorious sound. You're sure to get chills when you watch their captivating duet below.
Just like a good duet, there are lots of moments in life that can capture our attention. Adkins sings about such moments in his latest single "Lit."
"Lit" is a full-of-life tune all about life's happiest moments and the people you spend them with. It's one song that will always have the power to make you smile...and maybe dance a little bit as well.
Check out the official lyric video for "Lit" below. And get yourself a Christmas present by downloading a copy of it off of iTunes here!
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