It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas for Lee Brice.
The 38-year-old singer-songwriter recorded a lovely rendition of the classic carol “O Holy Night,” and PEOPLE has your first chance to listen to the holiday tune and see the accompanying video.
The country star sings in front of frosted fir trees, with a bright spotlight shining behind him. The video was filmed in a Nashville studio back in September.
Brice’s version of the song appears on a new compilation album called Winter Wonderland, which also features other chart-toppers of the country music scene. Tim McGraw lends his voice to “Dear Santa,” while Kenny Rogers and Wynonna Judd duet on “Mary, Did You Know?”
The album will be distributed at Walmart this holiday season. An exclusive version that includes some extra tracks will be available at Cracker Barrel.
Brice and his wife Sara are preparing for their first Christmas season with a daughter, 5-month-old Trulee Nanette.
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The 38-year-old singer-songwriter revealed to PEOPLE at the 2017 CMA Awards that although he was nervous about welcoming a girl into the family — he is already father to two sons, Ryker Mobley, 4 next month, and Takoda, 8½ — the baby couldn’t have made it easier on him.
“I had two boys, and I thought, ‘I’ve got this down,’ and we found out we were having a girl and it just scared me to death,” he said. “I don’t know nothing about girls. I think God was like, ‘Lee, you’re really, really busy right now, so I am going to give you an angel baby.’ ”
“I mean, this baby smiles. She sleeps and she wakes up. She poops. And if she whines at all, it’s because you missed a feeding time, and that is it,” the country star continued. “As soon as you stick a bottle in her mouth, she’s back to smiling again. So we really are blessed.”