Image Courtesy Arista NashvilleCarrie Underwood hasn’t made a full-length Christmas album yet, but she’d probably choose to record classic Christmas songs on any holiday project.

Carrie explains, “I am such a sucker for standard Christmas music. I love the church Christmas music. The ‘O Holy Night,’ and you learn ‘Silent Night’ when you’re three years old.”

Carrie has recorded a few Christmas songs over the years, including “Do You Hear What I Hear” and “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing.” Her newest holiday offering is a duet with Christian artist Michael W. Smith on the song “All Is Well.” Though the song is about 25 years old, Carrie thinks “All Is Well” fits in with those timeless Christmas songs she loves so much.

“It just feels like I’ve known it my whole life,” Carrie says. “So, that’s definitely the kinds of things I go for — the standard-sounding things.”

“All Is Well” is included on Michael W. Smith’s new album, The Spirit of Christmas, which also features collaborations with Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Martina McBride, Jennifer Nettles and more.

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