Also, earlier this week the tracklist for the upcoming Billy Currington’s album, Summer Forever, was unveiled and The Henningsens co-penned one of the songs (see the complete tracklist here). You can hear the song later this year when the album is released on June, 2.
The Henningsens have been writing and recording on the studio, hopefully we’ll get to hear some exciting news soon.
During this past week, Taste of Country exclusive premiered Carol of Bells, from the upcoming The Henningsens’ Christmas album, “Our Family Christmas”. The album is set to be released on November, 17th, and will be available on iTunes, Amazon and The Henningsens official site.
We also, would like to wish a happy belated birthday and a very blessed year to Brian, that celebrated his birthday past monday.
On the day following the debut of “Our Family Christmas”, The Henningsens will host a live chat and perform some songs to raise awareness to “The Salvation Army”:
“Doing The Most Good.” In these four words, our mission – to feed, to clothe, to comfort, to care. To rebuild broken homes and broken lives. By walking with the addicted, we can lead them to recovery. In fighting hunger and poverty, we can feed and nurture the spirit. And, in living and sharing the Christian Gospel by meeting tangible needs, we give the world a lasting display of the love behind our beliefs.
During CMA Week The Henningsens got to talk with some radios, here’s an interview to Froggy TV where they talk about Clara’s pregnancy, “Our Family Christmas” and much more:
Also, the Grand Ole Opry Official youtube added a performance of “Lovin’ Him”, you can watch it below:
Also, On August 29th The Henningsens performed at the Grand Ole Opry and sang American Beautiful and Jesus or a Bullet. During the introduction the presenter announced that they have been working on a Christmas album, so let’s hope we get more news soon.
If you didn’t yet submitted your entry on Sue Bee contest to spend a day with The Henningsens don’t forget to do it until October, 3rd.
You can see The Henningsens live at the Grand Ole Opry next month on October, 4th (tickets).
Sue Bee is sponsoring a great new contest, you can spend a day with The Henningsens! You can enter here until October 3rd.
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