Written one frosty evening last December when the pair were feeling particularly nostalgic, ‘Grown Up (At Christmas)’, is peppered with humorous snippets of repetitive conversations had with loved ones during the festive season. These irritating interactions serve as a stark reminder that they no longer know one another like they once did. A song that, at its core, reflects upon the passing of time, and hears the artists express the uneasiness and disappointment of not being where they imagined they would be at this point in life.
This holiday season, JUNO Award-winning and nine-time Canadian Country Music Association Award winners, The Washboard Union will host their fourth annual “A Washboard Union Christmas” on Corus Radio Country stations and more than 32 more radio stations across Canada, and for the first time SiriusXM Canada.
It’s been over ten years since Imani Records released a Holiday recording. During the pandemic, Imani label mates, friends, and family gathered at the historic Sear Sound Recording Studio to record a live concert to be streamed on Christmas Eve 2020. The stream was a beautiful way to safely fellowship with everyone from our homes. Three years later, the audio from that stream will be available only on Bandcamp. Take a trip to Bandcamp and purchase your download of Holiday Extravaganza. You won’t be disappointed!
Renowned international cellist HAUSER is spreading holiday cheer with the release of the second installment of his eventual forty-minute Christmas movie, featuring enchanting renditions of classic songs, “I’ll Be Home for Christmas,” “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas,” and “Little Drummer Boy.” The visually captivating film was shot in Ogulin, Croatia, capturing the essence of Christmas joy, the beauty of spending time with your loved ones, and the true spirit of the holiday season.
NOANNE’s latest release is a stunning video for the acoustic version of ‘Goodwill’, which delivers a unique and poignant approach, delving into the darker aspects of the holiday season. This video, a departure from the usual festive cheer, is designed to narrate a story of loneliness and introspection during a time traditionally associated with joy and togetherness.
Trickster, the Austrian singer and entrepreneur from Linz, blends Christmas classics with his festive release, ‘Silent Night vs Santa Claus Is Coming To Town’.. Out now via Trickster Recordings through Absolute, the track has found serious support on social media, as well as more than 500K video views on YouTube. On top of all this, Trickster has received high praise from the King of Christmas Music himself, David Foster, who called Trickster a “breath of fresh air”.