It’s been quite a year for the legacy of Nashville songwriters Boudleaux and Felice Bryant.
Ken Burns introduced PBS viewers this fall to the the couple — known best as Nashville’s first full-time songwriting team — during his 16-hour documentary epic “Country Music.”
As Burns spread their story to nearly 35 million “Country Music” viewers, the Country Hall of Fame and Museum readied to open an exhibit illustrating the rich Bryant songwriting history — from penning Everly Brothers standards “All I Have To Do Is Dream” and “Bye Bye Love” to state song “Rocky Top” and hundreds more.
And now, country music faithful get a stocking full of unreleased holiday music from Boudleaux and Felice Bryant.
Listen below to “No Place Like Home On Christmas” and “Holiday March,” previously unreleased demos performed by the Bryants.
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