Album Review: Brett Eldredge, Glow

Brett Eldredge


Who knew that Brett Eldredge’s voice, normally suited for pop country, is also the voice of a rather impressive crooner?

Glow is an album of Christmas standards, with the exception of its title track. “Glow” is written by Eldredge and Ross Copperman, and done in the traditional big band style that is typically associated with Christmas music. While it runs the risk of blending in with all of the other Christmas albums of its ilk, it is a nice addition.

Move over Harry Connick, Jr.! You too, Michael Buble! Brett Eldridge is in the house!

Recommended Tracks: “Glow”, “Silent Night”

Versions of these capsule Christmas album reviews will also appear in the Christmas edition of Country Style Magazine.


1 Comment

  1. I googled “Brett Eldredge channeling his inner Frank Sinatra” and a bunch of articles came up. Guess he’s a fan of old blue eyes. BE is an impressive crooner.

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