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As the magic is settling in for Christmas Eve and sun is setting for Day 3 of Hanukkah, we bring you the best of the new a cappella holiday tunes released in 2019.
Happy Holidays, everyone! Don’t forget to make Acaville your holiday station for extra joy and cheer.
Who doesn’t love a great bass solo on the Grinch?
Face Vocal Band
A Led Zeppelin parody for the holidays? Ok.
Or a classy Chipmunk Song?
Or maybe your favorite is “Sing Me Now of Christmas”?
The YouTube star known for quick turn around and rapid fire content took SEVEN years to make this video. Don’t miss it.
The current international champions gave a little love to Hanukkah in their holiday show.
Only a matter of time before the Frozen and Frozen 2 soundtracks become holiday staples. Here’s a cover from the latest movie
The Australian A Cappella Collab Project
Who doesn’t love a little holiday love from the best of a cappella in Australia?
Enjoy this classic song arranged by barbershop legend, David Wright.
Chris Rupp ft.Elliott Robinson
Two a cappella stars teaming up for a beautiful carol? You want to hear this.
A little more from the southern hemisphere and summer Christmas time.
Young voices singing for the holidays is magic.
In addition to all of the great variety of a cappella you can hear ’round the clock here at Acaville Radio, we’re going to bring you some bonus releases each Tuesday to make sure you’re finding all of the latest and greatest this talented community has to offer.
Here are our favorites this week:
No one reimagines a classic like The Swingles. In this new release, we hear a Kevin Fox arrangement of the classic Fleetwood Mac song, “Go Your Own Way” sung live at St. Saviour’s Church in London. Notably, this is the last video that features now retired Soprano, Sara Brimer Davey.
We’ve already seen the studio version, but as the touring dates near, we’re treated with a live video from this group of superstars with their island-inspired cover of Moana’s “How Far I’ll Go,” which is a little reminiscent of lighthearted feel you’d get from an Israel “IZ” Kamakawiwo’ole song.
BYU Vocal Point
Utilizing the beautiful natural scenery of Utah and Oregon, this perennially strong group of gentlemen hit this Josh Groban cover of “You Raise Me Up” out of the park. Both the audio and video was produced and directed by alumnus, McKay Crockett, with the audio mix by Ed Boyer and cinematography by Nick Sales and Morrisey Productions.
Arguably one of the world’s best barbershop choruses, and the reigning second place international medalists, Southern California’s Westminster Chorus shared a live take of their cover of “You Will Be Found” from Dear Evan Hansen.