|Today Is Christmas|
|Studio album by|
|Released||October 16, 2015|
|Producer||Darrell Brown, LeAnn Rimes, Niko Bolas|
|LeAnn Rimes chronology|
Today Is Christmas is the twelfth studio album and second Christmas album by American singer LeAnn Rimes. Released in 2015, it features holiday classics and two original songs co-written by Rimes.The album has sold 35,700 copies in the United States as of January 2016.
|1.||"Today Is Christmas" (Holiday Theme for NBC's Today )||3:22|
|2.||"We Need a Little Christmas"||Jerry Herman||3:00|
|3.||"That Spirit of Christmas" (duet with Aloe Blacc)||4:55|
|4.||"I Still Believe in Santa Claus"||3:07|
|5.||"Holly Jolly Christmas/Frosty the Snowman"||2:12|
|6.||"Celebrate Me Home" (duet with Gavin DeGraw)||4:14|
|7.||"Must Be Santa"||2:47|
|8.||"Christmas Time Is Here"||1:55|
|9.||"The Heartache Can Wait"||3:50|
|10.||"Little Drummer Boy"||4:25|
|11.||"Joy (God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen/Angels We Have Heard on High/Hark the Herald Angels Sing)"||4:46|
|12.||"Auld Lang Syne"||Robert Burns||1:55|
Celebrate Me Home promo single according to Mediabase radio charts reached #2 on the Holiday Radio Play chart and #7 on Adult Contemporary chart. The Video for Celebrate Me Home was created as a Facebook awareness video for Disabled American Veterans and proved to be a great success with over 5.6 million native views as of January 2016.
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