Jona Lewie(born 1947) is a british pop musician from Southampton. I was listening to his song “Stop The Cavalry” while my driving lesson today, and it’s one of my favourite messages for christmas ;)
Have a merry christmas too! Enjoy the time with your family and your friends.
James Apollo, born in 1984, is an US-american singer from Arkansas. Listen to his nice christmas song “Ho Ho, Ho Hum”:
Thank God it´s Christmas ! today i worked the last day before x-mas ………fine
The Seraph Choir is an african men choir. Their african christmas song “Us a Child is Born”, is really ncie!
Richie & OJ Blaq are music duo from Ghana. Their african christmas songs album ‘An Afropolitan Christmas’ is really great, so I thought, I’d introduce you into the african x-mas song “Afehyia Pa”
The Dentals are a swiss band, formed in 2002, while they were waiting in the waiting room of a dentist. We featured them already, but actually they’re still too good not be blogged 100 times!
Until christmas, of course we’d again feature some christmas songs, so, here’s the first: “Letscht Wiehnacht”, a cover of Last Christmas:
Find out more about them here
Tellison is an indie band from London, UK. Here’s their christmas song “Good Luck It’s Christmas” :
And a few words from Timothy Dudley-Smith:
A song was heard at Christmas
To wake the midnight sky:
A saviour’s birth, and peace on earth,
And praise to God on high.
The angels sang at Christmas
With all the hosts above,
And still we sing the newborn King
His glory and his love.
So I want to say thanks for all your visits so far(hope you could get an insight to the christmas music in other countries), and I wish all of you a Merry, Merry Christmas and peace, love and calm to everyone, wheather he’s Christian, Muslim, Jew, Buddhist, Hindu or something else!
The Edinburgh Singers sing “Gabriel’s Message“:
Guiseppe Verdi was an italian composer, here’s his opera “Nabucco“:
Gregorian is a german band performing Gregorian chant-inspired versions of modern pop and rock songs. Here’s the song “Gloria Excelsis Deo“, which always was my favourite song in church on christmas: