Amy Grant’s Hallmark Special Filmed in Franklin, Join the Watch Party

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“Amy Grant’s Tennessee Christmas – Presented by Hallmark Channel,” a one-hour music special helmed by the singer/songwriter, was filmed in Franklin at Graystone Quarry and will air Monday, December 3 at 7 p.

Instead of watching it on T.V., join other fans at the Quarry for a free watch party on Dec. 3 beginning at 6:30 p. There will be an ugly sweater contest, live entertainment by Forget Me Not and concessions will be available for purchase. Find more information here.

About Amy Grant’s Tennessee Christmas 

Grant will be joined by husband Vince Gill, country music artist Kellie Pickler and long-time friend Michael W. Smith for an evening filled with rich performances. Grant will be sharing family Christmas memories and beloved traditions alongside shining a light on the charities that are close to her heart. Among those featured will be Song for Veterans, Scott Hamilton Cares Foundation, Appalachian Relief Fund, World Relief and Barefoot Republic, Grant’s own camp for kids.

The hour long special is Executive Produced and Directed by Tom Forrest of Taillight TV, a Nashville-based production company who has worked with some of the biggest names in music. The special is a part of the network’s #1-rated programming event, COUNTDOWN TO CHRISTMAS.

Grant and Gill are soon returning to the famed Ryman Auditorium for an unprecedented twelve-night stand of their beloved Christmas at the Ryman. The resonating holiday tradition is annually sold out and only a few tickets remain for this year’s run. Tennessee Christmas (2016) marked her first all-new Christmas album in nearly twenty years and includes original offerings like “To Be Together,” “December,” “Another Merry Christmas” and “Melancholy Christmas.”

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