Top 10 Best Country Christmas Duets

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Alan Jackson and Alison Krauss, “The Angels Cried: Thanks to a string of country radio hits and multi-platinum records.

Mindy Smith and Thad Cockrell, “I Know the Reason: After two albums of acclaimed country-tinged Americana, Mindy Smith decided to deliver a Christmas album for her third full-length.

Johnny Cash and Anne Murray, “That Christmasy Feeling: Of all of Johnny Cash's televised Christmas specials, his 1979 show seems to be the one that strikes.

Kenny Rogers and Wynonna Judd, “Mary, Did You Know: While Dolly Parton may be Kenny Rogers' most well-known duet partner, she's certainly not the only female country legend.

Tanya Tucker and Glen Campbell, “It Must’ve Been the Mistletoe: Although Tanya Tucker and Glen Campbell were romantically linked for only a brief time in the early 1980s.

Kenny Rogers and Jennifer Nettles, “Here It Is Christmas / Baby, It’s Cold Outside: Kenny Rogers may very well be country music's Bing Crosby or Perry Como.

Amy Grant and Vince Gill, “Baby, It’s Cold Outside: It's not so much a matter if this song would appear on this list, but when and by whom. While "Baby, It's Cold Outside.

Colbie Caillat and Brad Paisley, “Merry Christmas Baby: While Colbie Caillat is mostly known for her smart pop songs and easygoing vocal delivery.

Willie Nelson and Kenny Chesney, “Pretty Paper: Although Willie Nelson wrote "Pretty Paper," it was Roy Orbison who first made the song famous with his 1963 hit single.

Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson, “There’s a New Kid in Town: Blake Shelton brought a variety-show spirit to his platinum-selling Cheers.

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