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The King's Gift

by Trace Adkins

The King's Gift by Trace Adkins

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The King's Gift

by Trace Adkins

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Label: Caliburn Records, LLC
Less than a year after releasing Love Will..., his album-length celebration of romance and power ballads, Trace Adkins returns with his first Christmas record, a celebration of bagpipes, the holiday spirit and the baby Jesus. The Celtic influence is definitely a twist from the guy best known for "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk," but here it works, and never better than on the slowed down, Chieftains-featuring "I Saw Three Ships." "Silent Night," meanwhile, is as stripped down as one would expect, ornamented only by a second guitar and guest vocals from Kevin Costner and his daughter.

About This Album

Less than a year after releasing Love Will..., his album-length celebration of romance and power ballads, Trace Adkins returns with his first Christmas record, a celebration of bagpipes, the holiday spirit and the baby Jesus. The Celtic influence is definitely a twist from the guy best known for "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk," but here it works, and never better than on the slowed down, Chieftains-featuring "I Saw Three Ships." "Silent Night," meanwhile, is as stripped down as one would expect, ornamented only by a second guitar and guest vocals from Kevin Costner and his daughter.

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About This Album

Less than a year after releasing Love Will..., his album-length celebration of romance and power ballads, Trace Adkins returns with his first Christmas record, a celebration of bagpipes, the holiday spirit and the baby Jesus. The Celtic influence is definitely a twist from the guy best known for "Honky Tonk Badonkadonk," but here it works, and never better than on the slowed down, Chieftains-featuring "I Saw Three Ships." "Silent Night," meanwhile, is as stripped down as one would expect, ornamented only by a second guitar and guest vocals from Kevin Costner and his daughter.