Cracker Barrel's New Holiday Special Features These Talented Artists

Cracker Barrel has an appreciation for music. In 2020, for example, Dolly Parton and Cracker Barrel collaborated for the artist's performance in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. So what does the restaurant chain have in store for us this holiday season? According to a press release, Cracker Barrel is presenting a music special called "Sounds of the Season: Together Again" on its YouTube and Facebook pages on December 15. This festive collaboration will feature performances of Christmas songs by country music singer Mickey Guyton and a cappella group Pentatonix. 

According to her website, Guyton released her first EP, "Better Than You Left Me," in 2015, while her recent album called "Remember Her Name" was nominated for a Grammy, making Guyton the first Black woman solo artist to receive a nomination for Best Country Album. A capella group Pentatonix has also been nominated for prestigious music awards. The press release shares that they've won three Grammys in addition to selling more than 10 million albums and building up a YouTube following of more than 19 million subscribers. Pentatonix also released a holiday album this year, "Evergreen," which you can pick up at Cracker Barrel locations nationwide.

What songs will you hear on Cracker Barrel's holiday special?

Now that you're more familiar with the artists performing at Cracker Barrel's "Sounds of the Season: Together Again" special, here's what you can expect from the show. Based on the press release, the participating artists will put their own style on Christmas songs new and old, like "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," "Evergreen," "O Holy Night," "How Great Art Thou," and other holiday music staples. Aside from playing their music, Pentatonix and Mickey Guyton will be talking about some of their beloved traditions of the holiday season.

If you want to watch Cracker Barrel's holiday special and listen to performances by Guyton and Pentatonix, then mark your calendars for the 30-minute show on December 15, and keep some tabs open on Cracker Barrel's YouTube channel and Facebook page. The trailer for "Sounds of the Season: Together Again" is already up on Cracker Barrel's YouTube channel, so give it a watch to get ready for some holiday tunes.