Rachel Wammack Releases Beautiful Christmas Covers

There’s nothing like country taking over Christmas music. RCA Records Nashville’s new artist Rachel Wammack recently dropped her classic-Christmas covers of “This Christmas” and “O Holy Night” as part of a Live from Thirteen Performance. These festive releases are following her debut chart-climbing single “Damage.” The holiday renditions are just a taste of what her vocal range is capable of.

“There have been so many wonderful highs from playing the Opry and the Ryman for the first time and putting out my EP as well as my debut single ‘Damage.’ It seemed fitting to end the year with two of my favorite Christmas songs as a ’thank you’ to all of the fans who have supported me. All in all, this year has been such a blessing and I can’t wait to see what 2019 has in store,” Wammack says in a press release.

Wammack recently performed her holiday spins at WSMV’s Today in Nashville. She played “O Holy Night” on the piano and her rendition was incredibly soulful. Performing these holiday classics, these covers show her ability to conquer any song confidently.

Wammack’s continuing to showcase her talent on the road with Brett Young on his CMT ON TOUR: HERE TONIGHT which hits NYC this weekend, Sunday, December 9th. Grab your tickets here. Fans will be able to have an inside look at the run this weekend during CMT Hot 20 Countdown. Make sure to spin “This Christmas” and “O Holy Night” out everywhere at all digital retailers.

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