CMA Country Christmas 2022 Episode 1: December, the month before Christmas and New Year’s is when streaming services typically release and premiere a large number of holiday-themed specials. Among the winter celebrations are concerts by famous musicians, nostalgic parades, and annual tree-lighting ceremonies. The first episode of CMA Country Christmas 2022 will be discussed.
Prepare yourself for yet another Christmas season of country music. Get into the holiday mood with a country spin on classic carols by some of the biggest names in country music on ABC’s thirteenth annual CMA Country Christmas special.
One of the upcoming holiday specials, “A Very Backstreet Holiday,” will include the Backstreet Boys performing songs from their first-holiday album as well as some of their all-time greatest hits, and it will be available on Disney+.
As it has for the past 13 years, CMA Country Christmas serves as an excellent way to usher in the holiday season with some great musical performances. The show is set in Nashville, Tennessee.
Hulu and Disney+ subscribers can also watch “CMA Country Christmas,” a December event featuring performances by Dan + Shay, Scotty McCreery, and Carrie Pearce, among other country music stars.
CMA Country Christmas 2022 Episode 1 Release Date
Episode 1 of CMA Country Christmas 2022 will premiere on ABC on Thursday, December 8 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. This will be an hour-long event. If you happen to miss the ABC airing, you can catch it the following day, on Friday, December 9, on Hulu and Disney Plus.
CMA Country Christmas 2021 Recap
2021, Every year, millions of people tune in to their televisions to watch a musical extravaganza that features a star-studded cast decked out in holiday finery and performing a mix of traditional carols and brand-new compositions that range in mood from jovial to sublime.
Nine artists, including Carrie Underwood, Lady A, Brett Eldredge, and the Pistol Annies, performed during last year’s hour-long show. The first-time hosting duo of Carly Pearce (the reigning CMA female artist of the year) and Gabby Barrett (the reigning American Music Award favorite female country singer) has a charming big-sister-little-sister chemistry that elevates the evening.
Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe, and Angaleena Presley, better known as the Pistol Annies, open the special with their original song “Snow Globe,” which is also featured on their upcoming Christmas album, Hell of a Holiday. It’s one of three iconic shows from the ’60s.
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Bringing back that classic Motown sound, Jimmie Allen, Louis York, and the Shindellas are releasing their version of “What Does Christmas Mean?” in 2021. The duet between Pearce and Barrett on “Sleigh Ride” is reminiscent of the Ronettes’ iconic 1963 performance.
Traditional Christmas songs are performed by both Pearce and Barrett in their own right. Pearce adds gravitas to “O Holy Night” with the help of a stunning crimson strapless gown and opera gloves. Barrett, dressed in a beautiful white pantsuit, sings “Silent Night” to the accompaniment of guitar accompaniment by her husband, Cade Foehner. Barrett wore white to the ACM Awards in 2021, the CMA Summer Jam in September, and the CMA Awards earlier this month, so it seems to be a color she enjoys.
How To Watch CMA Country Christmas
The CMA Country Christmas special will be broadcast on ABC, making it accessible to those with either a standard cable subscription or an antenna, as the network is included in both. The channel can also be seen on live TV streaming services such as FuboTV, Hulu with Live TV, and YouTube TV.
On December 9, you can watch CMA Country Christmas on Hulu or Disney Plus whenever it’s convenient for you. Both services are available for subscription on their own, or as part of the Disney Bundle or Hulu with Live TV packages.
CMA Country Christmas Trailer
Some promotional footage for the upcoming CMA Country Christmas concert featuring an appearance by Santa Claus has been released. Inquire below to learn more:
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