Joanne Cash Returns with ‘The Christmas Collection’

(NASHVILLE, Tennessee) — Gospel music legend Joanne Cash, sister of country music icon Johnny Cash, has released her latest album, The Christmas Collection (ACME Music Group), available now at iTunes and other digital retailers. For fans that still desire a physical CD, they can be obtained for a limited time at www.joannecash.com.

“I am very proud of my new Christmas album,” says Cash of the all-new collection of Christmas favorites and holiday originals. “My husband Harry and I put together this collection and I am proud to say that he wrote seven of the songs, including a Christmas poem that he re-wrote called ‘The Night Before Christmas.’ I think you will be pleased and blessed as you listen to this collection.”

The Christmas Collection Track Listing:
• They Named Him Jesus
• Oh Little Town of Bethlehem
• All I Want for Christmas Is Jesus
• Who Do You Think
• He’s Not A Baby Anymore
• Joy To The World
• Back To The Manger
• They Looked Into The Light
• What If Jesus Comes Again This Christmas
• The Night Before Christmas (featuring Dr. Harry Yates)

Joanne Cash continues to tour worldwide, with weekly appearances at the Nashville Cowboy Church, which she co-founded with her husband. In recent years, Cash has made numerous national television appearances including Style Network’s top-rated series Split Ends, Babbie’s House, 100 Huntley Street, The Jim Bakker Show, deeperLiving, The Dino Show, Club 36 and many more. She’s also been heard on nationally syndicated radio programs such as Bulldog & the Rude Awakening, Midnight Jamboree, Mancow’s Morning Madhouse and Elvis Radio (Sirius/XM). Cash has been featured in dozens of magazines and newspapers, including features in Country Weekly, CCM Magazine, Today’s Christian, Tennessean, Daily Journal and many others.

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