Video: Kailey Swanson and LJ Benet Sing the Holiday Classic, “The Christmas Song”

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Did you know actress/singer Kailey Swanson and actor/singer LJ Benet have been performing together on Hollywood soundstages for almost five years? This holiday, they once again team up to treat music fans to a holiday classic with the “The Christmas Song.” Swanson, who recently guest-starred in Disney XD’s “Kickin’ It” and the new ABC series, “Mixology,” has a burgeoning following on YouTube and AwesomenessTV. She first met Benet – an an award winning actor who co-starred in the alien thriller Dark Skies and plays the hilarious Karl Fink on Disney Channel’s “Dog With A Blog” – when the pair co-starred in the equity musical, Big.

Later, they co-starred in The Legend of Beaver Dam, a Sundance Film Festival award winner. But the chemistry really takes off when they share a microphone and perform together in music videos.

Kailey said:

This is a beautiful song. LJ really captures the moment and I have no doubt the late Mel Torme, who wrote “The Christmas Song,” would be proud.

LJ had this to say about Kailey:

Kailey is an amazing singer; she lights up a room. And guys, the camera loves her, too!

Swanson and Benet were thrilled with recording and production team of director Jared Sagal of Rockerrazzi Films and producer Rachael Lawrence.

Kailey said:

We can’t say enough about the amazing work by Rachael and Jared.

And Mr. Benet added:

They were incredible and we hope the viewers will enjoy the video and have a wonderful holiday!

This is so beautiful!

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