“Duck Dynasty” Christmas Album Features George Strait, Luke Bryan

Willie, Jase, Si and the whole Robertson gang plan to “Duck the Halls.”

photo courtesy UMG Nashville

To those good country fan boys and girls, Christmas is coming a little bit early this year.

The colorful Robertson clan from A&E's Duck Dynasty is showing off its country roots with the new holiday album Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas, which hits stores Oct. 29. Wille, Jase, Phil, Si and the rest of the gang show off their singing talents on standards like "I'll Be Home for Christmas" as well as originals like "Ragin' Cajun Redneck Christmas," which Willie wrote with Dallas Davidson.

Produced by Buddy Cannon (Kenny Chesney), Duck the Halls also includes vocal contributions from country favorites Alison Krauss, George Strait, Josh Turner and Luke Bryan. King George appears with Phil and Miss Kay on "Christmas Cookies," while Luke guests with Willie, Phil, Si, Jase and Jep on the cleverly titled "Hairy Christmas."

Check out this sneak video clip of the Robertsons working on the album.

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