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Time and time again, Allie Brooks has proved that she is destined for stardom. We first noticed her earlier this year after she posted a video of her covering one of her dad’s biggest hits, “She’s Every Woman.” Did we mention that Allie’s dad is none other than Garth Brooks?
Her dad is definitely proud of everything she has accomplished and thinks highly of her talents, seeing as she sang backup for him at a few concerts this year. Since getting noticed by a few different entertainment sites, Allie changed her Facebook name from Allie Brooks to Allie Colleen, perhaps not wanting to bank on her last name for views or even gigs.
In her latest video posted to Facebook, Allie performed a Christmas song called “Christmas in Heaven,” which was originally sung by Scotty McCreery. He included the song on his 2012 Christmas album that was released a little over a year after he won the tenth season of American Idol.
Like many people, Allie was touched by this song and decided to perform it for her followers.
“Christmas is a time of joy and family! Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year! Christmas is when you have to bring extra chairs to the table! But sometimes in life a chair that was filled the year before maybe empty,” Allie wrote accompanying the video. “Whatever situations you are facing this Christmas, I pray you find peace and rest among the arms of the people you love.”
“Christmas In Heaven” is a beautiful yet emotional song about wondering what Christmas is like for a loved one who has passed away. Her vocal control is out of this world and we can’t wait to see where her career takes her.
With a voice like this, we can only imagine what the holidays are like at the Brooks house with Garth, Allie, and stepmom Trisha Yearwood all singing Christmas carols together.