Nashville, TN (December 11, 2019)
Back in October, The Singing Contractors released their holiday album and DVD, Building a Christmas to Remember. This Christmas season, Aaron Gray and Josh Arnett did just that as The Singing Contractors put on a performance their fans will never forget with their debut at The Grand Ole Opry December 7th.
The Singing Contractors’ Opry performance showcased the stunning vocal talents that rocketed Gray and Arnett, lifelong friends and building contractors, to fame when a video of the two singing “How Great Thou Art” on a job site went viral. The a cappella performance garnered a fan following that has earned the pair over 593k social media followers and more than 100 million video views.
Since taking the internet by storm, The Singing Contractors have topped the charts with their music videos and debut album, Working on a Building, Hymns & Gospel Classics. This Christmas, the boys brought their signature humor, music, and even a few building tips to Building a Christmas to Remember. On the album and live concert DVD, the hammer-swinging duo covers a long list of holiday favorites, from “Winter Wonderland” and “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” to beloved hymns such as “Silent Night” and “Joy to the World.”
Behind the tools, the brawn, and the beards, Gray and Arnett have an infectious sense of play that is on full display in their performance of “The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don’t Be Late).” Also on their Christmas album is the fan favorite “Mary, Did You Know?”—a song that has become a longstanding staple for nearly all of their performances.
Watch a clip of The Singing Contractors’ Grand Ole Opry debut here: