Arden Lambert


October 22, 2019


October 22, 2019


October 22, 2019

We are nearing the holidays and if you are looking for a new Christmas album to listen to, come check out Keb’ Mo’. The American Blues musician, also known as Kevin Roosevelt Moore, dropped his first-ever holiday album. The singer has been dabbling with different genres like Delta Blues, Country Blues, and Americana. This time, we will be listening to a truly unique and soulful collection of songs from the singer.

Keb’ Mo’ is an accomplished singer with his four Grammy wins, but this time, he wanted to try something new for his career. His first take on a holiday album is a mix and match of renditions and original tracks celebrating the holidays.

Keb’ Mo’ New Holiday Album

Keb’ Mo’s new holiday album is called Moonlight, Mistletoe & You. The singer has produced and wrote the songs on the album together with Adam Ollendorff. The album starts off with his rendition of a Charlie Brown classic. It is then followed by original songs from the singer. His standout song from the album “Christmas is Annoying” is praised by his fans for being realistic while at the same time still celebrating the spirits of the holiday.

keb' mo', holiday album
via YouTube

What Keb’ Mo’ brought to his first-ever holiday album is his comfort in jazz music. It is very apparent all throughout the album, especially on his last track. His “One More Year With You” is a romantic and touching end to his collection of songs. It almost acts like a perfect ribbon wrapped around the album and is ready to be given to all music lovers.

Here is the full tracklist for his holiday album:
  1. Please Come Home for Christmas
  2. Moonlight, Mistletoe, And You
  3. Better Everyday
  4. Santa Claus Santa Claus
  5. Christmas is Annoying
  6. Merry, Merry Christmas
  7. I’ve Got My Love to Keep Me Warm
  8. Santa Claus Blues
  9. When the Children Sing
  10. One More Year With You

Check out Keb’ Mo’s rendition of Charlie Brown’s classic song here:


keb' mo'



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