Chiefs’ Travis Kelce is set to sing on charity Christmas album with his brother Jason and other Eagles offensive linemen

  • Jason Kelce and several Eagles linemen recorded a Christmas album in 2022 
  • Travis will feature on the second album set to be released on November 3, 2023
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Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce is set to join his brother Jason and several other Philadelphia Eagles offensive linemen in recording a Christmas album.

Kelce announced his addition to the album that will also feature Eagles offensive tackles Lane Johnson and Jordan Mailata along with his brother Jason on their New Heights podcast on Wednesday. 

Last season the trio of Eagles lineman released a Christmas album titled ‘A Philly Special Christmas.’

‘We had a fun song,’ Travis said. ‘That song was actually pretty sweet.’ 

He added that the team that helps the eagles stars produce the album traveled to Kansas City to work on the song. 

Eagles center Jason Kelce

Travis Kelce announced that he will be joining his brother in recording a Christmas album

Jason Kelce (L) and other Eagles offensive lineman released a Christmas album in 2022

Jason Kelce (L) and other Eagles offensive lineman released a Christmas album in 2022

Lane Johnson

Jordan Mailata

Offensive tackles Lane Johnson and Jordan Mailata are also featured on the albums

‘Not saying it was good by any means, I’m just saying they made it sound extremely better than what I felt like I left that studio thinking. I was like, “They’re not going to use this at all.”‘ 

The deluxe album of ‘A Philly Special Christmas’ is set to be released on November 3, 2023.

Travis and the Chiefs are currently preparing for an AFC West divisional matchup on the road against the struggling Denver Broncos.

It was only two weeks ago that the Chiefs beat the Broncos in the first of their two matchups this year, after securing a 19-8 win in Arrowhead Stadium.

Jason and the Philadelphia on the other hand will be traveling to face the NFC East rival Washington Commanders this week.

The Eagles won the first game between the two teams 34-31 back in Week 4 when they played each other in Philadelphia.