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Who:The Essential Christmas” TV Special delivers holiday cheer featuring two hours of artist performances by Jars of Clay, Casting Crowns, Brandon Heath, Tenth Avenue North, Matt Maher, Kerrie Roberts, Revive, Building 429 and Anthem Lights
What: Nine of today’s most popular Christian music artists gather to bring the new premiere Christmas album, The Essential Christmas Collection, to life on TBN.
When:  Scheduled to broadcast Tuesday, Dec. 21, at 10 PM ET / 9 PM CT
Re-airing: Wednesday, Dec. 22, at 5 PM ET / 4 PM CT
Where: TBN (Trinity Broadcasting Network)
To check local listings, and for more information, visit: http://www.tbn.org/ and www.essentialchristmas.com.
About The Essential Christmas Collection:
Released Oct. 19, “The Essential Christmas Collection,” is a vibrant 12-song album featuring many of Christian music’s most admired artists, with holiday songs from Third Day, Casting Crowns, Michael W. Smith, Jars of Clay, Rebecca St. James, Brandon Heath, Tenth Avenue North, Building 429 and Matt Maher along with newcomers, Revive, Kerrie Roberts and Anthem Lights. The collection includes stunning versions of Christmas classics as well as two original tunes—Heath’s poignant “The Night Before Christmas” and Smith’s original “All is Well.”
With its powerhouse lineup and timeless holiday favorites, The Essential Christmas Collection is the premiere Christmas collection for music lovers to enjoy for decades to come. For more, visit www.essentialchristmas.com.

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