LDS Artists Are Now Dominating This Billboard Chart with Their Holiday Albums

The release of a new holiday album by an LDS artist has made it so that Mormons are now dominating the "Classical Albums" chart.

LDS artist Nathan Pacheco's newest album O Holy Night has jumped onto the "Classical Albums" and "Classical Crossover Albums" Billboard charts this week, taking the number five spot on each chart.

Another of his albums, Higher, which held no. 1 spots on three Billboard charts when it was released earlier this year, is also still on the charts—no. 14 on the "Classical Crossover" chart and no. 18 on the "Classical" chart. 

Pacheco's O Holy Night joins the ranks of other holiday albums by LDS artists currently sitting on the "Classical Albums" chart. Lindsey Stirling's album Warmer in Winter rose to no. 1 on the chart this week, and The Piano Guys' album Christmas Together currently sits at the no. 3 spot. 

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This isn't the first time this set of artists has topped the "Classical Albums" chart together. Earlier this year, they claimed the first three spots with Pacheco's Higher, Lindsey Stirling's Brave Enough, and The Piano Guys' Uncharted

Check out music videos featuring some new as well as historic holiday music from these incredible artists:

Buy the album O Holy Night or get tickets for his tour this November and December.

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Experience the wonder and joy of the Christmas season like never before with the first full-length Christmas album O Holy Night from Billboard-chart-topping tenor Nathan Pacheco. These emotional renditions will add new life to Christmas classics like "Joy to the World," "Silver Bells," and "Winter Wonderland."

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