Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood want to be part of your holiday celebrations.

The powerhouse couple is putting on a one-hour special for CBS, where they’ll take requests from fans and sing Christmas songs live from their home recording studio, Deadline reports. 

“Garth & Trisha Live! A Holiday Concert Event” airs on Dec. 20 at 8:30 p.m. ET, and will be filmed without a live audience and with “extensive safety precautions in place,”  according to Deadline

Brooks will tell viewers how to request songs each week during his Facebook Live show, which typically airs on Mondays.

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The holiday special is the latest example of how the country superstars are connecting with fans during a pandemic that has shuttered concert venues nationwide

At the onset of the pandemic, the couple crashed Facebook Live performing covers of “Amazing Grace,” “Hallelujah,” Linda Ronstadt’s “Long, Long Time” and “Shallow” from the movie “A Star is Born,” the Deseret News reported.

From there, the musicians went on to do a second show together on CBS.

Brooks also brought a pre-filmed concert to 300 drive-in theaters across North America. 

And Brooks has a new album coming out Friday.  The musician recently said he can’t wait to host live, in-person concerts again, according to People

“I want to see those signs,”  Brooks told People in October. “I want to see those people that are at the end of their rope and somehow have found a light through music. Somehow, they’ve made a friend at a concert that changes their life and forever they are best buddies — that sort of thing. I want to see people leaving that stadium loving each other more than when they got there.”

Brooks and Yearwood aren’t strangers to producing Christmas cheer. In 2016, the couple released the album “Christmas Together” and sang at the National Christmas Tree lighting, according to The Tennessean

“Our viewers loved reaching out directly to Garth and Trisha to request their favorite hits back when the pandemic first hit. It brought some fun and joy directly into their living rooms as they were hunkered down with their families,” CBS network said in a statement. “Now, nine long months later, who better to bring some holiday magic, performing some of the greatest holiday songs of all time than Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood.”