This weekend, I was invited to do a short set for a local non-profit holiday party. So Des and I dusted off the road gear and delighted the ladies with a few Christmas favorites. Here's one I've not shared previously: Irving Berlin's 1940's classic "White Christmas."
It's fitting, since last week I did "Rudolph" and those two songs are the biggest selling Christmas songs of all time (White Christmas is #1).
It's still green here in Michigan, albeit cold - hanging in the mid 30's this weekend.
Wherever you are in the world, I hope your December is full of warmth and good cheer.
One last clip from the May show. This is our original jazz arrangement of that classic Mowtown hit "Tears of a Clown". Subscribe to my YouTube channel and be the first to know when new clips go live. If you missed the May show, you can catch the replay here.
Judy Garland is one of my all-time faves. I don't sing a lot of her music, but two songs I love are The Man That Got Away and this song - both songs debuted by Judy in one of her films. This song is from" Meet Me in St. Louis" and has had a few […]