Well, we were just thinking that we might have wrapped up all the new music posts for this holiday season…but we were delightfully surprised today to receive 5 new songs to share with you!
First up is Richard Souther. In days of old, artists such as Michelangelo would receive a commission to create art for permanent decoration of a building or for an event. If we had our way, Richard would get the commission for Christmas music. He’s an accomplished composer, arranger, solo pianist and keyboardist with tons of albums and film scores to his credit…not to mention his years touring with A Band Called David backing up The 2nd Chapter of Acts, Barry McGuire and Phil Keaggy back in the Seventies! Richard’s new Christmas disc is called Angels Shepherds Kings, and you’re going to love his instrumental composition called Carol Bells.
Next up is a Southern Gospel quartet called The Crestmen. There’s something very special about pieces where an individual with a certain range steps up to handle the parts that are perfectly within his vocal wheelhouse. From their album For Our Lord and Our Nation, they are sharing Who Could Have Known?
And finally, Stephe is a guitarist from Ohio who is sharing three gentle instrumentals from his album Merry Christmas: Away In A Manger, Bring A Torch, Jeanette Isabella and Coventry Carol.
You’ll find all these songs available for free preview and download right now at Feels Like Christmas.
If any of these songs particularly appeal to you once you’ve heard them, please consider using the social icons beneath the song to share them with a friend…or a bunch of friends. Thanks!