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WATCH: Tim McGraw Performs Acoustic Version of ‘Blue Christmas’ in 2018

by Kayla Zadel
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Tim McGraw is all up in the Christmas feels. He’s reminiscing on Christmas past while he looks forward to the future holiday.

The county music star shared this 2018 video below in a tweet saying that he had “fun backstage with this one a few years ago.”

McGraw covers Elvis Presley’s “Blue Christmas.” He and his band put an acoustic country spin on the classic Christmas song.

Presley’s version showcases the bluesy-tempo and deep voice of the legendary singer. However, McGraw does a pretty spot-on job with his rendition.

Tim McGraw is Gearing Up for Christmas

Like we mentioned earlier, McGraw has been getting in the holiday spirit the past couple of weeks.

It all started so that the pair could give a simple flex of just how large his Christmas tree is. The post, that has since gone viral, shows the country crooner cleaning the tree.

The photo shows McGraw sitting on top of a ladder, duster in hand.

The caption, “A: Santa’s lead flying reindeer. B: wife trying to get rid of me before Christmas.”

Conversely, this is McGraw’s “favorite time of year” according to the Instagram post below.

This post features his wife Faith Hill. She’s singing the single from the iconic Christmas movie “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.”

Hill looks especially festive in the video as she dons a white coat surrounded by snow.

McGraw Sends Holiday Message to Fans

McGraw is also wishing his fans a Merry Christmas.

“Merry Christmas Thinking about my family, friends and our amazing fans who we have missed seeing this year,” McGraw wrote on Twitter. “We love y’all! The McGraws.”

As a matter of fact, McGraw decorated the outside of the family’s home.

The first picture shows some of McGraw’s trees outside tightly wrapped in Christmas lights. Additionally, the second photo is of a wreath hanging over a large stack of chopped firewood.

Furthermore, a bit of a green Christmas tree lit up peeks out a window on the right side of the photo.