Christmas Songs

A re-post from last year. I’ll get back to regular posting over the next week as I finish up this semester of classes.

One of my favorite things about the Advent and Christmas time is the music that fill the air. Here is a taste of the music that is filling our home. I’d love to hear what you are listening to, so feel free to leave a comment!

Sojourn – Advent Songs – Link

With revisions of classic hymns and several new songs of their own, this group that is made up of members of the Louisville, KY Soujourn church, this  album will bring a reflectiveness you your spirit.

Andrew Peterson – Behold the Lamb of GodLink

Cover of "Behold the Lamb of God"A great folk singer (think Caedmon’s Call), Peterson retells the story of Scripture leading up to the birth of Christ in this album. Meant to be listened to from beginning to end. Here is their song, So Long, Moses

Josh Groban – Noel Link

Cover of "Josh Groban - Noel (Pvg)"One of the most well know classical singers today, Groban sets the standard for classically sung Christmas music.

Casting Crowns – Peace on EarthLink

Pop/Rock Christian band. You can watch/listen to  I Heard the Bells on Chrismas Day here.

Straight No Chaser – Holiday SpiritsLink

An A cappella group that brings fun, levity and excitement to your ears. Watch their comical 12 Days of Christmas! No, the songs on the album are not all like that, but it’ll give you a taste!

Chris Tomlin – Glory in the HighestLink

Cover of "Glory in the Highest: Christmas...The prince of contemporary Christian music doesn’t disappoint with this album filled with Christmas classics, all done up in usual Chris Tomlin fashion.

So what are you listening to this holiday season?


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