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“OFFICIALLY CHRISTMAS” WITH DAN + SHAY
12/1/21

Warner Nashville’s Dan + Shay are bringing the Christmas spirit to The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon next Monday (12/6), where they'll be performing their latest original holiday song, “Officially Christmas.”

The three-time Grammy-winning duo—who are up for their fourth consecutive Grammy for their platinum certified “Glad You Exist”—also dropped a new P. Tracy-directed music video for the jolly single and recently earned their third consecutive AMA earlier this month.

Dan + Shay also recently shared their Amazon Original, “Pick Out A Christmas Tree,” which is the most-streamed new Holiday release so far this year in the U.S. across all genres. Listen here.

Last year, the pair’s first-ever original holiday songs, “Christmas Isn’t Christmas” and “Take Me Home for Christmas” earned nearly 100m global streams combined. The latter was the second most played holiday song during Christmas week in 2020 and became the #3 All-Genre Holiday Release of the year when ranked by U.S. on-demand streams, while the prior landed in the Top 20.

Additionally, the Dan + Shay The (Arena) Tour, presented by AEG Presents, is set to wrap on 12/7 at Boston’s TD Garden Arena. The trek saw them playing sold-out venues like NYC’s Madison Square Garden, L.A’s Staples Center and Philadelphia’s Wels Fargo Center, among others, and featured The Band Camino and Ingrid Andress on all 30+ dates.