Gotee Records rings in the holiday with ‘Tis The Season To Be Gotee Christmas compilation, releasing today as a digital and CBA exclusive.  Each song on this project has never before been available to retail, and features Gotee Records’ favorites Relient K, House of Heroes, Ayiesha Woods, Stephanie Smith and Abandon Kansas performing a variety of favorites.  At the low suggested retail price of $7.99, ‘Tis The Season To Be Gotee promises to become an instant seasonal favorite.

One favorite on the project is Stephanie Smith’s newly recorded version of the Relient K song “I Celebrate the Day”, which she started performing last year on TobyMac’s Winter Wonder Slam tour.  This song, produced by Mark Lee Townsend (who also produced the original Relient K version) will be the debut single from the project.

Gotee has long been known for their past Christmas projects, including Christmas releases by artists like Relient K, House of Heroes and Abandon Kansas, however ‘Tis The Season To Be Gotee is the first holiday compilation that the label has created.

‘Tis The Season To Be Gotee
1. Relient K – Silver Bells
2. House of Heroes – All I Want For Christmas Is You
3. Ayiesha Woods – Jingle Bells
4. Abandon Kansas – O Come All Ye Faithful
5. House of Heroes – Silent Night
6. Stephanie Smith – I Celebrate the Day
7. Ayiesha Woods – Merry Christmas Baby
8. Stephanie Smith – Jingle Bell Rock
9. Relient K – God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
10. House of Heroes – O Come, O Come Emmanuel
11. Relient K – O Holy Night

See the album cover here – http://media.gotee.com/%27TisTheSeason/TisTheSeason-Cover.jpeg
‘Tis the Season To Be Gotee, available at digital and Christian Retail Outlets exclusively on October 5, 2010.

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