Award-winning artist Mac Powell releases his new “Christmas” EP featuring five songs that will make your holiday playlists this year. “Christmas” features three original songs, including "Christmas Time Again, My Friend," a song that he wrote with his daughter and son-in-law. Other songs featured are "I Pray On Christmas," a unique take on the classic Harry Connick Jr. song; as well as "Jesus Christ Is Born," which Powell released in 2022.
Click here to listen to “Christmas.”
“This project has some old songs on it that help you make new Christmas memories, and some new songs on it to remind you of some old Christmas memories. Hope you enjoy it," Powell said.
Powell has hit the road this fall with his tour, "Mac Powell & Friends," with Brandon Heath, Jordan St. Cyr and Rhett Walker for an acoustic night of hits, stories and faith. Many of the "Mac Powell & Friends" nights have sold-out already. He will also join the "K-LOVE Christmas Tour" with Natalie Grant and Danny Gokey followed by the 2024 "TobyMac Hits Deep Tour" next year. For the complete list of tour dates, click here.
When he's not on the road, Powell is working on his next studio project with brand-new music as a follow-up to his widely received CCM solo debut, “New Creation,” which produced the smash hit ("New Creation") at CCM radio and Top 10 song ("River of Life"). Stay tuned for information on new music in 2024.
More About Mac Powell
Powell, originally from Alabama, moved to Atlanta as a sophomore in high school. He would soon co-found the Christian rock band Third Day. Throughout their nearly three-decade career, the band sold over 10 million albums, earned four Grammy Awards, one American Music Award, and 24 Dove Awards, and was inducted into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.
Since Third Day’s farewell tour in 2018, Powell released a country album, “Back Again,” under the banner “Mac Powell & The Family Reunion,” along with his most recent debut solo CCM album, “New Creation,” on Capitol Christian Music Group. Earlier this year, he released a live album, “Live From Red Rocks.”
For more information, visit https://www.macpowell.com/.