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Carrie Underwood Is Teaming Up With Cracker Barrel To Put On The Ultimate Holiday Musical

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Carrie Underwood Is Teaming Up With Cracker Barrel To Put On The Ultimate Holiday Musical

Yet another magical Christmas musical could be added to your holiday tradition thanks to superstar Carrie Underwood.

The country star is pairing with the nationwide family restaurant chain Cracker Barrel to put on "Cracker Barrel Sounds of the Season," a special holiday feature with performances by Underwood herself, Maddie & Tae, and Runaway June.

The special will be airing on December 16 on the Cracker Barrel Facebook and Youtube page.

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Music lifts spirits and is a big part of our holiday traditions, which are as important as ever this year. Carrie Underwood 

But if you are unable to miss the event, there is no need to worry, as it will be available to stream whenever you want after it first airs.

The event will even feature the first-ever live performance of Carrie Underwood's new Christmas album "My Gift," which can be heard now on all streaming services.

This is actually not the only holiday musical the country star is putting on this year, as she has also teamed up with HBO Max to put out a special dedicated entirely to her new album.

"My Gift: A Christmas Special From Carrie Underwood" will be dropping on HBO Max on December 3.

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