Brett Eldredge can take a Christmas song and make it his own. The handsome singer was in New York last night (Nov. 29) for the Christmas tree lighting ceremony and to show off his classic voice, reminiscent of Sinatra or Johnny Mathis, singing Christmas songs for NBC’s “Christmas in Rockefeller Center” special.
Looking dapper in a velvet tuxedo jacket, Brett stood beneath the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree on the ice rink and sang the Christmas classic “Winter Wonderland.”
The 31-year-old singer took to Instagram to share his excitement for the performance and for getting to hang with his friends and co-hosts of the show, Hoda Kotb, Al Roker and Savannah Guthrie from the “Today” show.
“Sound checking beneath the Rockefeller Christmas tree! This is gonna be a Christmas dream! #rockcenterxmas,” Brett wrote in a post. That was followed with a posted photo of Brett and the show’s hosts saying, “These are some of my favorite people on earth!!!! What a night!!! Who watched?! #RockCenterXMAS.”
Christmas has certainly come early for Brett, who happens to have his Christmas album, Glow, available now. Released on October 28, 2016, Glow contains classics such as “Silent Night,” “White Christmas,” “I’ll Be Home For Christmas” and “Winter Wonderland,” which Brett performed on the the show.