Billy Strings on Monday kicked off his String The Halls: Home For The Holidays Edition video series with a rendition of the bluegrass classic, “Think Of What You’ve Done”. Announced last week, String The Halls will see the bluegrass phenom upload a new video to YouTube every day for 12 days leading up to Christmas.

The virtual take on Strings’ annual all-star holiday concert will also serve a humanitarian purpose as it raises funds for Musically FedNashville Rescue Mission, and Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. During each performance—which is posted at 11 a.m. ET—Strings has hidden a code that will allow fans to purchase a limited-edition poster from Half Hazard Press commemorating the series, 120 of which are released each day. Today’s poster code is “DARLIN”.

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This take on the tune first released by The Stanley Brothers and The Clinch Mountain Boys in December 1958 finds a traditional Strings and company. Donning a dapper button-down shirt and bolo tie, and shown on a black and white television set, Strings could very well be appearing on a 1960s country music variety show in this clip. Instead, it’s just the ever-rising bluegrass picker once again bridging the gap between time-honored traditions of the genre and a modern audience attracted to his improvisational prowess.

Watch Billy Strings and his eponymous band cover “Think Of What You’ve Done” for the first installment of the String The Halls: Home For The Holidays Edition video series. For your shot at a limited edition poster, hurry over to Half Hazard Press.

Billy Strings – “Think Of What You’ve Done” (The Stanley Brothers)

[Video: Billy Strings]