Hitmakers get in the holiday spirit

John Legend, Sia and Brett Eldredge are bringing the yuletide cheer with new and updated releases

JUST AFTER HALLOWEEN, THE SAME thing happens, year after year: Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You,” first released in 1994, begins creeping up the charts. Soon it will be joined by several other 20th

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