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Jake Hoot, India Carney, Kyla Jade and more release holiday music

Jake Hoot from The Voice Season 17 with The Tenors

Jake Hoot from The Voice Season 17 with The Tenors.


More holiday music is out from past favorites from The Voice.

Here’s a rundown of some of the recent releases, complete with a Spotify playlist below.

The links take you to the songs on Apple Music.

* Jake Hoot, the Season 17 champ, and the well-known Canadian trio The Tenors teamed up to release a holiday single called “When Christmas Has Come and Gone” last month. Now they’ve released the accompanying music video. The collaboration stems from the Season 17 finale of The Voice, when Jake and coach Kelly Clarkson performed The Tenors arrangement of “Wintersong.” All four artists share writing credits on the new single along with Marty Goetz. “I am so proud of this one,” Jake told People. “I have always wanted to write a Christmas song, and seeing it finally come to pass is something so special to me,”

Other recent releases:

* Max Boyle from Season 17 released a cover of “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.” It’s his first holiday release.

* Casi Joy from Season 12 has released a cover of “Winter Wonderland.” You can also check out her 2018 album, “Joy for the Holidays.”

* India Carney from Season 8 has released “Holidays, Vol. II.” It’s a three-song collection that includes her versions of “Favorite Things,” “Most Wonderful Time” and “Mary Did You Know.” India released volume one, which includes five holiday favorites, in 2019.

* Kyla Jaade, third on Season 14, recently released a pair of holiday favorites as “Comfort and Joy” — “God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman” and “O Holy Night.” Kyla previously released two other Christmas covers, “Let It Snow” and “Merry Christmas Baby” the year she appeared on the show.

* Ignatious Carmouche from Season 13 also released a version of “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.” And he’s planning a Dec. 8 holiday show in the Atlanta area with two other artists.

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