Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas

If you’re a big fan of the Robertson family from the hit A&E reality series Duck Dynasty (i.e., you buy every piece of merch bearing Willie’s or Uncle Si’s photo or the expression “Happy, Happy, Happy”), then get your wallet out. You’re not going to want to go through this holiday season without Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas.

And even if you aren’t a big Duck Dynasty fan, you’ll still enjoy this Christmas album, a mostly light-hearted sashay through the season with hilarious original ditties like “Ragin’ Cajun Redneck Christmas” and “Hairy Christmas,” which features Luke Bryan.

Admittedly, “Duck the Halls” had us roaring with laughter.

And Uncle Si’s performance on “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch” is priceless.

But there are some truly tender moments on the project, too. Sadie Robertson is joined by Alison Krauss for a lovely version of “Away in the Manger,” complete with a reading of Luke 2: 8–14 by young Mia Robertson, and Missy Robertson provides a sweet soprano on “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” and the Josh Turner duet “Why I Love Christmas.”

Fittingly, the entire family joins voices for a heartwarming rendition of “Silent Night.” 

Still reluctant? No less than George Strait joins Phil Robertson and Miss Kay for “Christmas Cookies.” 

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