There are so many things I love about Christmas time. People seem to be just a little bit more chipper, family and friends come together, and there are sweets galore...if you didn't know, I have a major sweet tooth. And how can you forget all the classic Christmas songs!
From Thanksgiving to Christmas at our house, you will likely hear one of our many Christmas mixes playing throughout the house. They are a good reminder of what the season is really about (our Savior's birth); this helps keep my spirits focused in the right direction. Today, in the spirit of Christmas music, I wanted to share a video of my Silly Grandma playing "Silent Night" on her harp. It's such a beautiful sounding and looking instrument and she does such a wonderful job playing one of my favorite Christmas songs. When we go back to Chicago area to visit, this is something I look forward to every time; very peaceful and inspiring.
One day, I plan to record a Christmas song with Grandma. I have already asked her and she agreed she would love to team up, so some day, hopefully sooner than later we will get that going! Enjoy the song!
Well, if you were unaware of...now you'll know. Along with the solo stuff I write, I also write on the side with my sister Jenny. We haven't done much yet, but when we do gather we call ourselves Confronting The Obvious.
Here is a brief video highlighting a recent studio session recording "Wish You A Merry Christmas" which we plan on giving to you in the spirit of Christmas.
As you can probably tell from the video...yes, we had a really great time, and yes... we are very excited and anxious to share it with you. Please enjoy the video and then click the button below to have us email you the mp3. We wish you the best over this Christmas season and hope this brings something fresh to your Christmas mix.