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JORDAN SMITH’S ‘TIS THE SEASON SOARED TO #1 ON ITUNES HOLIDAY ALBUM &
AMAZON DIGITAL ALBUM CHARTS AFTER UNFORGETTABLE TV PERFORMANCE
LIGHTS UP NBC’S CHRISTMAS IN ROCKEFELLER CENTER
RECEIVES RAVE REVIEWS FOR CMA COUNTRY CHRISTMAS PERFORMANCE
DEBUT PUBLIC TELEVISION SPECIAL ‘TIS THE SEASON AIRS ACROSS THE NATION THIS DECEMBER
HOLIDAY TOUR UNDERWAY WITH AMY GRANT & MICHAEL W. SMITH
New York, NY (December 1, 2016) – Following a powerhouse performance at NBC’s Christmas In Rockefeller Center last night, JORDAN SMITH’s first holiday album, ‘Tis The Season [LightWorkers/Republic Records], holds strong in the Top 3 of iTunes Overall Top Albums Chart today. The chart-topping singer and the “best-selling artist in the history of NBC’s The Voice” illuminated New York City last night during the prestigious tree lighting at Rockefeller Center as he performed “Santa Claus Is Coming To Town”. Following his recent return to The Voice, ‘Tis The Season enjoyed a 699% increase at iTunes, capturing #1 on iTunes Holiday Album and Amazon Digital Album charts. Moreover, all of his tracks achieved a 1,000% increase on iTunes. Check out the stunning performance of “O Holy Night” from The Voice HERE.
It’s been a banner week for the vocalist. On Monday, he graced the stage at CMA Country Christmas and delivered his blockbuster rendition of the classic “You’re A Mean One, Mr. Grinch.” Hollywood Life claimed, “JORDAN dominated the Christmas jam in a sultry, jazzy rendition,” adding “JORDAN offered the audience his signature long, Adele-like voice and his amazing personality.” Country Living went on to say, “JORDAN SMITH stole the show at CMA Country Christmas.”
JORDAN has absolutely dominated the holiday season. During his returned to The Voice, his label and coach Adam Levine surprised him with a special plaque commemorating his status as the “best-selling artist in the history of the show” with over 7 million tracks sold to date. He teamed with Amy Grant of “Grown Up Christmas List” for a duet of “Silent Night” on the Hallmark Home & Family: Home for the Holidays special. He appears on HARRY 12/6.
Throughout this month, his very first public television special entitled ‘TIS THE SEASON airs across the nation. Check local listings for airing dates and times, and visit JORDAN’s web site for updates throughout the holidays!
Right now, JORDAN is in the midst of a Christmas tour with Amy Grant and Michael W. Smith until December 18. Check out remaining dates below.
The much anticipated 2017 New Faces of Country Music Show, which will take place during Country Radio Seminar (Feb. 22-24, 2017), will feature performances by William Michael Morgan (Warner Bros.), Maren Morris (Columbia Nashville), Jon Pardi (Capitol Nashville), Granger Smith (Wheelhouse Records) and Drake White (Dot Records).
“This year’s New Faces lineup is reflective of our format’s strength, and steady growth. I’m happy to report we received a record number of qualified votes from country radio supporting these talented artists. We believe it is going to be an amazing show,” said John Crenshaw, Chairman of CRS New Faces Committee.
The five chosen artists, all whom have achieved significant success at Country radio during the qualification period, will perform in front of an industry and radio-filled room.
By aligning with the Dollywood Foundation’s unprecedented support of east Tennessee, Bluegrass Christmas in the Smokies created a special, $15 general admission ticket for Friday and Saturday night.
All proceeds from these tickets will be donated to the Dollywood Foundation’s Smokey Mountain “My People” fund.
“We are blessed that the fires have been contained and that the area where we host the festival is free of any problems. As the promoter, I feel that the best way to help the community is through Dolly Parton’s My People Fund. Please join us in helping out the victims of this terrible experience by coming to the festival and supporting the area economy with your tourism dollars and your ticket donation,” said Lorraine Jordan.