The Essential Advent Calendar: December 15 – Passionately Captivating Country Artist Noelle Toland Releases Official Holiday Music Video For New Single, ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas’

Door number 15 opens on Nashville based singer/songwriter Noelle Toland, who has released the official music video for her latest Christmas classic, ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas’.  

You can watch the music video below:

Noelle Toland - Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas (Official Music Video)

With the current success of this soulful yuletide classic reaching fans all over the world, Noelle wanted to have a music video to accompany it.

“I absolutely love downtown Franklin,” says Noelle. “Williamson County is one of the most beautiful cities and it only gets more magical during the holiday season.” This video was produced by Lindsey Patkos, who produced her previous music video for her release Sun Will Rise. “Even though it was definitely cold while filming this in downtown Franklin, it brought so much warmth to my heart meeting everyone during the making of the video, including the sweet dog seen in the background.”

Noelle’s warm and soulful vibe is bound to put anyone in the Christmas spirit with this stripped down vocal and piano arrangement.

“Singing is all about storytelling and I love to experience the emotions that flow within a song. This is such a classic tune and I love the uplifting sentiment behind the lyrics to the song. Plus, I’m a huge Judy Garland fan and since this song was in Meet Me In St. Louis, it became a clear choice to release this, with my own classic twist.”

Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas is available everywhere digitally. You can also visit Noelle Toland online on her official website, as well as on FacebookInstagramTikTok, and Twitter.

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