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They’ve become one of the most popular families on TV — A&E’s Duck Dynasty pulls in millions of TV viewers each week — now the Robertson family is burning up the music charts.
After debuting at #2 on Billboard’s list of best-selling holiday albums last month, Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas unseated Kelly Clarkson’s Wrapped in Red to land at #1, where it stayed for four weeks. Clarkson regained the top spot last week, but Duck the Halls is sitting pretty at #2 on the holiday charts, holds the same position on the country charts, and is currently #5 on the Billboard 200, just behind Britney Spears’ Britney Jean.
With songs like “Rajin’ Cajun Redneck Christmas,” “Hairy Christmas,” and “Duck the Halls,” is it any surprise that the Robertsons have one of the biggest albums of the season?
Duck the Halls ($11.99 on iTunes) also includes more traditional holiday standards like “Away in a Manger” and “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.”
Country greats George Strait, Alison Kraus, and Luke Bryan croon along with Duck Commander CEO Willie, his daughter, Sadie — who made her modeling debut at New York Fashion Week last September — Uncle Si, and Robertson family patriarch Phil.
Have more than one Duck Dynasty fan in your house? The enterprising licensing execs at A&E have stocked the show’s official store with everything from a set of redneck wine glasses (a Mason jar perched on wine glass pedestal) to a deluxe camouflage-print reclining chair.