Tonight was the annual lighting of the Christmas Tree at Rockefeller Center and NBC invited Josh Groban to sing his version of Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas. I don’t know if it was the acoustics of his boisterous voice bouncing off all of the NYC buildings or the rain falling down around him, but this Holiday classic never sounded more beautiful. It felt like Christmas even though it is still 25 shopping days away.
Thankfully, you get that feeling whenever you want because the single is available on JoshGroban.com.
Sing released a special Christmas themed promo to promote their animated movie that comes out on December 21st and I want to see this film even more now.
That video is just pure happiness and we need things like this even more now. Didn’t it just bring a smile to your face?
Sycamore Township in Ohio is so offended by Jasen Dixon’s Zombie Nativity that they ordered him to take it down by the day after Christmas or face legal actions. Now, I should clarify that Sycamore Township does not say in their paperwork that they find the content in violation, Fox 19 says instead it says, “Sycamore Township does not allow structures to be located in the front or the side yard to occupy more than 35 percent of the area. Also, the primary structure must be three feet from the street, and six feet from the house.” I have to wonder if other houses that have the traditional Nativity scene got the same violation?
Dixon runs the 13 Rooms of Doom, and used some of the leftover props for his Christmas display. Several of his uptight neighbors complained and now he is being forced to take it down. You would think that people who live on Vorhees (Jason’s last name in the Friday the 13th franchise) Lane would be a little more understanding, but I guess not. Especially, if you think about, Jesus kind of was a Zombie. You know, he died and then rose again, which is basically what they are. I am not trying to offend anyone, just stating a thought.
And what are you thoughts about Dixon’s Zombie Christmas? I love the baby Jesus! But I am weird that way!
James Covenant mashed up lines from The Avengers movies and got the superheroes and villains to sing Christmas Carols. That’s right, the likes of Iron Man and Thor sang Joy to the World and We Wish You a Merry Christmas and it is a smash.
So press play, so this video can bring joy to your world.
Yesterday on The Tonight Show, Jimmy Fallon and Rashida Jones reworked today’s biggest hits like Meghan Trainor’s All About That Bass and Nicki Minaj’s Anaconda as Chanukah and Christmas Carols. My favorite one is Mistletoe which is their version of Frozen’s Let It Go. Actually, I loved them all and wish they would release them as an album. Don’t you want to add it to your collection of Christmas music?