NEW CHRISTMAS RECORD!!

Hello loves! And welcome, new friends !

After years of playing Christmas music every year as a family for our annual Christmas Show in Nashville, we can finally share it with the rest of the world!

We have spent the last year recording our new album, “Silent Night”, recorded almost entirely at the Cathedral of Incarnation in Nashville TN. The acoustics in there are AMAZING and we were just in bliss the whole time we were working! I am primarily joined on this record with my brother Tenor on piano and my sister Treble on cello. My sweet sister Tetra sang and played on a couple of them as well! We are so honoured to have had over 30 guest musicians on this record, playing strings and brass, as well as the Trevecca Madrigalian Choir!!

We are proud and excited with the end result! We can’t wait to share it with you!

2 DAYS LEFT TO PRE-ORDER

We have been raising funds through pre-orders on Kickstarter, and have 2 days left!  It ends at 11:59 on Thursday night! There are also lots of fun and unique choices for other rewards, aside from the record! Go here to donate and pre-order:

http://kck.st/nLtdy9

The official release will be Nov. 25th, the day after Thanksgiving, so you will have plenty of time to order for Christmas presents. We will send out a reminder once its out!!

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