All I Want for Christmas Is a Real Good Tan is the seventh studio album by country music singer Kenny Chesney, released on October 7, 2003. The album was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America for sales of over 500,000 copies in the United States; as of December 2016, the album has sold 922,900 copies in the United States. In addition to original tracks and tropical renditions of traditional Christmas music, the album features three covers. "Christmas in Dixie" was recorded by Alabama and features Alabama's lead singer, Randy Owen, as a duet partner. "Thank God for Kids" was recorded by The Oak Ridge Boys, while "Pretty Paper" was recorded by Willie Nelson. Chesney's rendition of "Silent Night" features his mother and her twin sister, who are credited as the Grigsby Twins. Wyatt Beard – background vocals Shannon Brown – background vocals Pat Buchanan – electric guitar Melonie Cannon – background vocals Mark Casstevens – ukulele Karen Chandler – background vocals Kenny Chesney – lead vocals Chip Davis – background vocals Grigsby Twins – vocals on "Silent Night" Tim Hensley – banjo, background vocals Wes Hightower – background vocals John Hobbs – Hammond organ, synthesizer Nicholas Hoffman – fiddle, background vocals John Jorgenson – electric guitar, ukulele Paul Leim – cabasa, percussion, timbales Randy McCormick – Hammond organ, synthesizer, background vocals Liana Manis – background vocals The Nashville String Machine – strings Willie Nelson – vocals on "Pretty Paper" Paul Overstreet – background vocals Randy Owen – vocals on "Christmas in Dixie" Steve Patrick – trumpet Larry Paxton – bass guitar, upright bass, string arrangements Gary Prim – Wurlitzer Glen Rose – background vocals Shaun Silva – background vocals Allison Stewart – background vocals Kyle Stewart – background vocals Mark Tamburino – background vocals Kris Wilkinson – string arrangements John Willis – acoustic guitar, gut string guitar
Lloyd "Farmer" Cook was a Canadian professional ice hockey defenceman. He played for the Vancouver Millionaires/Maroons and Spokane Canaries of the Pacific Coast Hockey Association and for the Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League, he won the Stanley Cup in 1915 with the Millionaires and was named to the PCHA first all-star team three times. Cook was born in Lynden, Ontario, in 1890. In 1912–13, he played for the Fernie Ghostriders of the BHL and the Taber Chefs of the ASHL; the following season, he played for the ASHL's Edmonton Dominions, scoring eight goals in four regular season games and four goals in seven playoff games. He was named to the league's first all-star team. From 1914 to 1924, Cook played in the PCHA, he had 17 points in 17 regular season games. In the 1915 Stanley Cup Finals, he scored three goals in three games to help Vancouver win the Stanley Cup; the following season, Cook scored 18 goals in 18 games. He played for the Spokane Canaries in 1916-17, where he was teammates with his younger brother, Leo.
In 1917–18, Cook returned to Vancouver, where he would play until 1924. He managed the team in 1919–20, that season, he had 14 points in 21 games and was named to the PCHA first all-star team; the following season, he was again named to the first all-star team. In 1922–23, Cook had a career-high 30 points in 30 games and was named to the first all-star team for the last time. In 1924, Cook was traded to the NHL's Boston Bruins, he played four games for Boston in scoring one goal. Cook played in the California Professional League from 1925 to 1931, he played for teams in Culver City, Los Angeles, San Francisco. In 1931–32, he was the head coach of the San Francisco Rangers, leading the team to a 12-12-6 record. Cook died in 1964. Biographical information and career statistics from Hockey-Reference.com, or Legends of Hockey