• Muzik First


Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Elle King gets in the holiday spirit by releasing her version of the Christmas classic “Please Come Home For Christmas” via RCA Records/Columbia Nashville. Her signature swag and bluesy tone will put anyone in the mood for the holiday season. The holiday tune was written by blues pianist and singer Charles Brown and covered by The Eagles, Kelly Clarkson and Jon Bon Jovi; just last month, King and Miranda Lambert received a nomination for a CMA Award in the “Musical Even Of the Year” category for their hit single “Drunk (And I Don’t Wanna Go Home).” The show is Wednesday, November 10th on ABC. Their hit single “Drunk” came roaring out of the gate upon release and racked up over 150 million streams globally. In early March, the single debuted at No. 1 on both Billboard’s Rock Digital Sales Chart and the Country Digital Song Sales Chart. Additionally, King is the first female artist in history to have scored four radio No. 1 singles on different formats, including Adult Pop Songs, Adult Alternative Songs, Alternative Songs and Country Airplay charts. King co-wrote “Drunk” with Martin Johnson, who also produced the track, recorded in Nashville and New York pre-pandemic. This is the second time King collaborated with Lambert, having registered with their first release, “Fooled Around and Fell in Love,” along with Maren Morris, Ashley McBryde, Tenille Townes and Caylee Hammack.