TUNE IN: Tracy Lawrence Ramps Up The Holiday Spirit On Hallmark Channel’s “Home & Family”

Country Music legend, Tracy Lawrence, ramped up the holiday spirit this week on Hallmark’s “Home & Family” when he performed “Frozen In Time,” the title track from his new Christmas album. 

While chatting with co-hosts Debbie Matenopoulos and Cameron Mathison, Lawrence shared his holiday traditions and talked about his passion for his nationally recognized non-profit organization, MISSION:POSSIBLE, which has raised over $500,000 for the homeless. 

Lawrence released a new Christmas album, entitled “Frozen In Time”, on October 12th.   He co-wrote the title track of this collection of traditional favorites and original holiday songs. His latest critically acclaimed album “Good Ole Days”, was released on November 10, 2017 and hit the #1 position on the iTunes Country Chart, debuted at #10 on the Billboard Top Country Albums Chart, #25 on Billboard’s Top Current Albums, #87 on the Billboard 200 Chart, #11 on Billboard’s Digital Album’s Chart and #2 on the country portion of that chart.

Lawrence hosts the nationally syndicated radio show “Honky Tonkin’ With Tracy Lawrence,” for which he received an ACM nomination in 2017 for National On-Air Personality of the Year. The show features music from the 80’s, 90’s and 2000’s and is heard on more than 90 affiliates. He was honored by the Nashville chapter of AFP (Association of Fundraising Professionals) with “Philanthropist of The Year” for his nationally recognized annual “MISSION:POSSIBLE Turkey Fry” and Concert, which has raised over $383,000.00 for Nashville’s homeless and hungry, with last year’s 12th annual event bringing in over $148,000.00 alone.

“MISSION:POSSIBLE” is poised to make an even larger impact in the future, as the non-profit organization expands into more markets across the country.

To keep up with all the latest Tracy Lawrence news be sure to check out his website at www.tracylawrence.com.


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