It’s that time of the year again, when your favorite country music artists starting singing your favorite holiday songs. Newcomer Mickey Guyton has released a sure to be favorite among the kiddos, a cover from the popular Disney movie “Frozen”.
In the video below we see Guyton singing “Do You Want To Build a Snowman?”, the 2nd most popular song from the movie following “Let It Go”, as snow falls in the background.
Candace Mycale “Mickey” Guyton is from Texas and came onto the scene in January of this year with her debut single “Better Than You Left Me”.
Since then, Guyton has been working hard on making a name for herself. She performed her holiday single “Do You Want to Build a Snowman?” at the 2015 CMA Country Christmas taping in early November, so fans will be able to catch her performance when the special airs on Dec. 3 on ABC. She will also be on the Disney Channel’s “Fa-la-la-lidays Celebrates a Radio Family Holiday” on Dec. 4.
Guyton recently talked to a popular country music website about her favorite Christmas movie and decorating traditions.
“I love “Home Alone”,” Guyton revealed.
“I know everybody likes (National Lampoon’s) Christmas Vacation, and I like Christmas Vacation, but “Home Alone” … you need to go back and watch that movie. It’s like really, really great.”
As far as decorating for the holidays goes “Let’s go all the way,” Guyton admits, revealing that she’s already been playing Christmas jams for weeks since Nov. 1st.
“You don’t have to wait until Thanksgiving.” she insists.
Guyton has yet to release a full album, but is working on it with hopes to release one in 2016.
“I’m working on an album. But while we’re working on that, I wanted to give some of the fans a taste of what’s to come on the album, of my favorite songs, just to keep them with me on this journey,” Guyton explains, referring to her self-titled EP she released in May of this year.
Guyton performs at the legendary Ryman Auditorium on December 11th. Watch her in the video below!
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