Before you know it, Thanksgiving, Christmas and the New Year will be here. And with the holidays, come radio and TV specials from our favorite country artists. This holiday the talk has been about Blake Shelton's' "Not So Family Christmas" special. From what we've heard, there’s a good reason why Blake Shelton’s "Not So Family Christmas" is airing at a later time, 9:00 a.m. on December 3, making darn sure sure the kiddos are "nestled all snug in their beds". Why? Well rumor has it there's a few "irreverent" sketches in the program that may be a little too much for the young 'uns.

With a cast that includes, Larry the Cable Guy, you know it's gotta be a little warped. Let's just say that the show will highlight Blake's twisted side. The show will have a lot of humor, but it has music too.

Blake plans to sing a duet with his mother, Dorothy Shackleford, and wife, Miranda, Reba McEntire and Kelly Clarkson. Blake will be showcasing his songs from his, already released, holiday album, "Cheers, It's Christmas".

Enjoy a few of Blake's new Christmas tunes! The show will air on December 3, at 9p.m. on NBC.

Blake and Reba "Oklahoma Christmas"

Blake Shelton "I'll Be Home For Christmas"