Not A Joke: ‘Duck Dynasty’ Family Releasing Christmas Album


This was simply too wtf to overlook.

On October 29 The Robertsons, better known as the family behind the hit series Duck Dynasty, will be releasing their first album, Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas. The release will feature original and classic holiday songs, as well as a host of guest appearances from some of country’s biggest names. This is a not a joke.

Including song titles like “Ragin’ Cajun Redneck Christmas,” it’s not hard to imagine the type of music awaiting listeners on Duck The Halls. Given the wild popularity of the show (literally the most popular thing on cable) it was only a matter of time before at least one member began to explore other areas of the entertainment business. I think a few appeared on Tim Allen’s sitcom, Last Man Standing, in recent weeks as well. You can stream “Ragin’ Cajun Redneck Christmas,” which was penned by Willie Robertson and country songwriter Dallas Davidson (Lady Antebellum’s “Just a Kiss,” Luke Bryan’s “That’s My Kind of Night”), below.

Country stars making an appearance on Duck The Halls includes George Strait on the song “Christmas Cookies,” Alison Krauss on the holiday staple “Away in a Manger,” and Billboard topper Luke Bryan on the likely humorous “Hairy Christmas.” Buddy Cannon, best known for producing some of Kenny Chesney’s albums, oversaw the project.

I’m not sure anyone on the UTG staff actually watches this show, but there is no denying the level of stardom the Robertsons have achieved in recent years. That said, is a holiday album really the next best step from a marketing standpoint? Comment below and let us know your thoughts. Don’t expect a review.

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