Thursday, October 27, 2016

JOHN BERRY BRINGS CHRISTMAS TO THE MASSES WITH NEW ALBUM AND TOUR All-new Holiday Album Set for November 18 National Release; Pre-sale Orders Available Now at JohnBerry.com Berry's 20th Annual "O Holy Night" Christmas Tour Kicks-off November 18

Nashville, Tenn. (October 25, 2016) - Grammy Award-winning country star John Berry will soon hit the road on his 20th Annual "O Holy Night" Tour and in celebration, he will be releasing a new holiday album.  The album, Christmas (Sony RED), will be available in select retail stores as well as digitally (iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and JohnBerry.com) on Friday, November 18. 
 
"Celebrating Christmas with my family and friends are some of my favorite memories in my life," says Berry. "Maybe it's why I dearly love the sounds of the season. My new music from Christmas is full of songs that celebrate all the things I hold near and dear to my heart… Jesus, family, and friends."
 
The 10-track album includes new songs as well as holiday classics like, "Blue Christmas," "Mary Did You Know," and Berry's personal favorite, "O Holy Night."
 
"It was especially meaningful to re-record 'O Holy Night' in the studio for the first time in 23 years," adds Berry.  "My hope is that this album fills the hearts and homes of families for many years to come."
 
Christmas pre-sale orders are available now at JohnBerry.com. Fans attending Berry's Christmas shows will be able to purchase the album at the merchandise stand.  The new music will be available along with a complete line of specially designed, limited edition 20th anniversary merchandise.  The 19-city tour kicks off in Marietta, Georgia on November 18 and wraps on December 21 in Dothan, Alabama.  For a full schedule of tour dates, click HERE.
 
Christmas Track Listing:
 
1. Let Us Be
2. This Christmas Night
3. Blue Christmas
4. Do Not Be Afraid
5. My Heart Is Bethlehem
6. You Raise Me Up
7. I Don't Wanna Rush This Christmas
8. Mary Did You Know
9.  Joseph's Lullaby
10. O Holy Night

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