Country Music #CMchat’s #25DaysOfCountryChristmas: @DBradbery

On the tenth day of Christmas, Country Music #CMchat brings to you, Danielle Bradbery’s “O Holy Night.”

It’s no secret that Danielle has one of the most loving and supportive fan bases around. Not only have they supported their amazingly talented and fantastically sweet artist of choice, but they have stood behind Country Music #CMchat to the fullest, and we appreciate that so much. To say “THANK YOU” to this wonderful group (and to Danielle for her support), we dedicate the tenth day of Country Christmas to their favorite girl.

Danielle hit the stage recently and dazzled onlookers as she conquered the Christmas classic, “O Holy Night.” A tall order, indeed, considering the number of artists who have preceded her in covering this since its creation in 1847 (originally a poem, it was adapted into a Christmas carol and first performed by an opera singer). However, if anybody can deliver, especially in a seemingly high pressured situation, it is Danielle with onstage nerves of steel and a voice of pure gold.

Quite simply, if you take the few minutes to listen to Danielle perform “O Holy Night,” you should prepare to “fall on your knees” and “hear the angel voice[].” As always, Danielle is spectacular on this song, baring true emotion, both in her expression and the sound that escapes her lips.

We would have been completely remiss not to immediately include this song on our 25 Days of Country Christmas calendar because this performance is a holiday gift to our readers in itself.

In case you’ve missed any of our other 25 Days of Country Christmas songs, click here for our entire collection.

Listen to Danielle Bradbery perform “O Holy Night”

Author: Country Cadre

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  1. Beautiful job. You can hear how excited the audience was toward the end when she hits the high note.

  2. Absolutely beautiful! Gave me goosebumps! My grandson, Tyler Galyean, enjoyed the A&M and LSU game with you and your gang? He just turned 17 this past Wednesday. You are a beautiful person as well as a talented singer. I am a fan forever!

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