Silent night, quacky night: ‘Duck Dynasty’ Christmas album coming


O come, all ye faithful “Duck Dynasty” fans: Santa Claus is not the only jolly man with a beard who will be celebrating Christmas this year.

The men -- and women -- of the Robertson family that stars in A&E;’s “Duck Dynasty” will be putting down their duck calls and putting on their most festive camouflage gear for their first Christmas album, “Duck The Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas”.

Universal Music Group of Nashville will release the album on Oct. 29.

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The family members will show off their church-trained voices, as well as their brand of down-home humor, on the album, which will also feature some special guest stars.

“Faith, family and ducks -- in that order -- have always been our priorities,” said Willie Robertson, chief executive officer of the Duck Commander sporting empire. “Christmas is an important holiday for us not only because of our strong faith but also our holiday family traditions. We’re having a great time making the album. We hope you enjoy it.”


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