During the Holiday season, we reserve Friday's around here to introduce to new sounds of the season. Today, new traditional holiday music from an artist who took country music by storm in 2016, and continued to shine in 2017.

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Brett Young took country music by storm in 2016 with his debut single "Sleep Without You", which served as the lead for both his self-titled debut EP and self-titled debut album. The single was released in April, following the release of his first EP. The song sold more than one 375,000 copies and received platinum certification from the RIAA, and hit #1 on the country singles chart in December of that year. In January of this year, Young's follow-up single, "In Case You Didn't Know" was released, coinciding with the release of his debut album. The song, co-written by Trent Tomlinson with Young, took another elongated path to the top of the chart, hitting #1 the week of June 17th. It peaked at #2 on the digital country charts, spending 18 weeks in that spot, stalled behind the record-setting 35-week run at #1 by Sam Hunt with "Body Like A Back Road".

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Young was nominated by both the Academy of Country Music and the Country Music Association for the Best New Male Vocalist/Best New Artists awards in 2017. His third single, "Like I Love You" is currently climbing the charts, currently sitting at #6 on the Billboard County Air Play chart, but like its predecessors, it is headed to the top of the chart. Today we feature Young's second holiday release, a cover of one of the most classic holiday tunes of all time. Brought to you by All American Super Car Wash of Lawton, Brett Young and "O Holy Night" is today's Catch of the Holi-Day, new holiday music you haven't heard, but you'll want to hear it again.

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Today’s Key Word: “HOLY”