Asheville, North Carolina
December 21, 2016 6:40pm CST
They are ubiquitous this time of the year, of course - on the radio, in the stores, stuck in your head all day. I'm mostly able to tune it all out (except for the awful one that keeps repeating in my brain). But I think we all have our favorite carols sung by certain artists that we make a point to listen to every year. I love Celine Dione's version of "So This Is Christmas" and The Eagles' great Christmas song "Please Come Home for Christmas". But one of my favorite Christmas melodies is "Mary Did You Know". It has been preformed by many artists through the years. I will share the one sung by last year's The Voice winner, Jordan Smith simply because I love it. What is you favorite Christmas carol?
Jordan Smith sings Michael English's "Mary, Did You Know." » Get The Voice Official App: http://bit.ly/TheVoiceOfficialApp » Subscribe for More: http://bit.l...
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• Otis Orchards, Washington
22 Dec 16
Yes, that is a good song. Did you watch The Voice this season. There were so many good singers I was not able to pick the winner from the auditions as I did the two seasons before. But I was able to pick the top three about four weeks before the finale. Then when Gilman and Head were standing there I guessed Head would be the winner before it was announced. But they were all good this season. Jordan Smith sure is going places. It seems like many of the winners just disappear after winning. They probably don't but they don't become as visible as Smith has.
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• Asheville, North Carolina
22 Dec 16
I did watch it. I wasn't disappointed that Sundance won though it isn't my favorite music genre. They did send my favorite, Ali, home earlier than I wanted. I thought she deserved to be in the top three. Good season - lot of talent.
• United States
22 Dec 16
Cee Lo Green's version of Mary, Did You Know?, John Lennon's So This is Christmas, Mariah Carey's classic, All I Want for Christmas is You, Kelly Clarkson's Winter Dreams, and one I don't hear nearly enough: Bing Crosby and David Bowie's duet of Little Drummer Boy.