Country music legend T.G. Sheppard and singer-songwriter and author Kelly Lang have just dropped their new holiday single, "Christmas Without You." This track, a holiday favorite among Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers enthusiasts, has cemented its place as a seasonal classic. The collaboration between Sheppard and Lang brings a distinctive touch that only they could deliver.
Premiered by Cowgirl Magazine, "Christmas Without You" encompasses the emotions of love and yearning during the festive season through its heartfelt lyrics and soulful melodies. While paying homage to the traditional country sound, the song also introduces a fresh perspective, making it a must-listen for both long-time fans and those new to Sheppard and Lang's music.
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The singers stated, “We always enjoy recording Christmas music because it’s our favorite time of the year. Last year, we recorded and released ‘White Christmas’ featuring our dear friends The Oak Ridge Boys. This time around, we picked ‘Christmas Without You,’ which was originally recorded by Kenny Rogers and Dolly Parton. It’s always been one of our favorite duets by them both. We hope everyone enjoys our version of this classic hit, which we will be performing on The upcoming ‘Dailey & Vincent Christmas Special.’ Happy holidays!”
Sheppard recently celebrated the 40th anniversary of his No. 1 hit single "Slow Burn," which was released in September 1983 and was the title track of the hit album, as well. "Slow Burn" became Sheppard’s 13th No. 1 hit, spending 14 weeks in the Top 40. The album also included the popular singles "Somewhere Down The Line" and "Make My Day" with Clint Eastwood, which was added to the record for a rerelease in February 1984 and used in the hit film “Sudden Impact” starring Eastwood. Produced by Jim Ed Norman and written by Charlie Black and Tommy Rocco, "Slow Burn" remains one of Sheppard's most requested songs to date.
Lang recently made her official Grand Ole Opry debut for “Opry Goes Pink,” in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. “Opry Goes Pink” raises money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation to aid in the fight against breast cancer. Her latest album, “Dragonfly,” contains 12 songs, nine of them self-penned, including her popular singles "I'm Not Going Anywhere" and "I Think It's Jesus." “Dragonfly” also contains classic hymns such as "Amazing Grace" and "Jesus Loves Me / I Surrender All." “Dragonfly” features a powerful song called "Life Sentence," about cancer, which Lang and her fans have faced together. Lang's positive attitude toward her own battle with breast cancer gives hope to others dealing with similar situations.
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