A few more albums for your Christmas listening pleasure…
Kristen Chenoweth goes an old-fashioned rout to making her Christmas hits, but the outcome is something that brings a new spin to the season.
Family Force 5 will either delight you or drive you crazy. Need a variation on all things Christmas songs? Then look no further. (Not looking for something different? Keep walking.)
Christmas gets a country translation thanks to Brad Paisley at thirteen and thirty-four!
Need a little pop-punk in your Christmas holiday? Then check out this Relient K Christmas album.
A new favorite does more than re-tread past glory, it rings in a new kind of Christmas reflection.
Chris Tomlin’s Christmas album keeps things focused on worship, using Christmas favorites in a whole new way.
Ayiesha Woods returns with a Christmas album that mixes old and new, “secular” and sacred. A different entry into the Christmas catalogue, it is certainly worthy of including for more than just a chance of pace.
Shane & Shane makeover Christmas songs in their own style, and throw in a few surprises just for fun.
Big Daddy Weave doesn’t just stick to the script. They mix up their variations of popular hymns, sing some originals, and make us consider those who might not have Christmas to look forward to in the way that we do.
A new classic? Check out the lineup, pull it up on iTunes, and decide for yourself. The spirit of Christmas is infectious…
Music and mission make good companions on Christmas, as Dream Records proves with their missional Dream Christmas album.
Downhere had a great Christmas song, “How Many Kings,” but working with that foundation, they now have an excellent Christmas album. Fans will love this, and music fans will pick and choose which Christmas songs to add to their rotation—the title track has to make it!
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