From heart-stopping renditions of Christmas classics to originals that we hope to hear again and again, LDS artists have outdone themselves this Christmas season. We've loved watching so many creative, breathtaking tributes to our Savior and the true meaning of Christmas.
Since we know you won't be able to watch them all, here's a short compilation of a few of our favorites.
Evie Clair's Ethereal, Angelic Duet Showing Mary's Perspective of Christ's Birth
We've fallen in love with the crystal-clear voice of America's Got Talent runner-up Evie Clair this year, and her execution of Rob Gardner's "Here in My Arms" is stunning. She shares the spotlight with youth artist Rosevelt Rawls in a duet that will touch your heart.
A Cozy Christmas Classic from the Gardiner Sisters
Many families have traditions of singing Christmas carols around the tree on cozy winter evenings while snow falls outside. And while your family might not harmonize as well as the Gardiner Sisters, their new music video may just inspire you to hold a little one on your knee and hum along by the warmth of the fire while the temperature drops outside.
Joy to the World | Gardiner Sisters - #LightTheWorld
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The Piano Guys and Lexi Walker's Breathtaking "Oh Holy Night/Ave Maria"
The Piano Guys teamed up with Lexi Walker for a mashup of "Oh Holy Night" and "Ave Maria" that features elegant instrumentation and gorgeous vocals that will take your breath away. Sit back and let this beautiful piece bring peace to your heart and home.
Get more from the Piano Guys and Lexi Walker with their CD Christmas Together. This album also features the Piano Guys with artists David Archuleta, Peter Hollens, the King's Singers, Placido Domingo, and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir.
Lindsey Stirling's Real-Life "Angel's We Have Heard on High"
Lindsey Stirling's "Angel's We Have Heard on High" music video portrays the stories of real-life angels that came to the rescue after hurricanes devastated millions this year. Follow the stories of rescuers Taylor, Nick, Alice, Ruby, Chris, and Jason who dedicated time and resources to help those in need after the storms. This music video will put the spirit of Christmas into a real-world context and inspire you to be an angel in someone else's life this season.
A Collaborative Invitation to "Come and See"
Madilyn Page and other LDS artists and celebrities come together to invite you to "Come and See" the Christ child in a beautiful piece featuring families and individuals from all over the world. You'll feel their collective testimony and remember that the light of Christ resides within each of us as you watch their music video.
You can find more from Madilyn Paige in her stunning self-titled debut EP that features a set of tunes notable for their raw emotion and beautiful soundscapes. Madilyn wrote or co-wrote every song on the album, drawing from her own struggles as a teenager and her heartfelt expressions of the joy she finds in life.
Piano Guys Set the Night Ablaze With the Stroke of Piano Keys
This epic music video truly lights up the night as John Schmidt plays "I Saw Three Ships." Each keystroke literally brings light to the darkness, and you'll be mesmerized by the colliding wonder of fantastic music and dancing neighborhood Christmas lights.
Nathan Pacheco and Madilyn Paige's Tender "Silent Night"
In soft, elegant tones, Billboard chart-topping Nathan Pacheco teams up with fellow LDS artist Madilyn Paige to sing a tender duet of "Silent Night." Their voices blend beautifully in this touching rendition of an all-time Christmas favorite.
Nathan Pacheco's Christmas album O Holy Night is currently #2 on the Classical Billboards charts and includes the rendition of "Silent Night" with Madilyn Paige shown above. Don't miss it.
"Drummer Boy" from Nashville Tribute Band
"We all have something we can give to our fellow man or our God. What is your drum?" Nashville Tribute Band posted under their music video of "Drummer Boy" on YouTube. Their presentation of the song includes various talent and unique style, showing us that everyone has something to give at Christmastime.
Find "Drummer Boy" and other Christmas music delights from the Nashville Tribute Band in their first Christmas album Merry: A Nashville Tribute to Christmas. These gifted musicians perform in a style that brings celebration and a true sense of joy to classic Christmas songs as well as several moving originals.
"I Wonder as I Wander" and "Hallelujah" A Capella Mashup
A new women's a cappella group, Lucca, delivers a beautiful mashup of "I Wonder as I Wander" and "Hallelujah," as their very first music video. Wander with them near a cold winter stream as they sing beautifully harmonized praises to our Lord and King.