During this year's CMA Country Christmas special, 84-year-old legend Loretta Lynn sang one of her holiday classics, "Country Christmas." Jennifer Nettles and Trisha Yearwood joined her during the song, making it that much more memorable for country fans who were tuning in.
The three sounded amazing and looked like they were having a blast together on the Grand Ole Opry stage. Furthermore, the stage itself looked great decorated with lots of lights, snowflakes and trees. Loretta sang the verses and her counterparts joined in during the choruses of the song. "Country Christmas" is the title track of Lynn's original 1966 holiday album.
Watch the festive performance in the video below.
It's rare for three iconic vocalists to all sing a song together, so, what a treat for fans to be able to witness such a special collaboration. This was one of many dazzling performances during the seventh annual television special. The program aired on ABC this past Monday.
Fans who enjoyed their performance can also find the track on Lynn's new holiday album, White Christmas Blue, which released earlier this fall. The 12-song project includes both Christmas cover songs and original tracks. For a full track list and more info about the White Christmas Blue, click here.