Pentatonix: That’s Christmas To Me
This 2014 Christmas album from Pentatonix mixes classic holiday tunes such as “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” with contemporary wintertime songs such as a cover of Fleet Foxes’ “White Winter Hymnal.” The album also includes an original song penned by the quintet, from which the album takes its name.
The young members of Pentatonix—none of whom are older than 25—know two ways into the hearts of their fans: through their ears, and through Youtube. The group’s tight a cappella vocals, supplemented by beatboxer Kevin “K.O.” Olusola’s intricate rhythms, are heard through their official YouTube channel by more than 6.5 million official subscribers, reaching more eyes and ears than Beyonce.
#What The Critics Say
- “The fresh a cappella quintet continues its impressive streak of beautifully sung, creative arrangements, from a tempo-shifting “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing” to a delightfully unexpected mash-up of “Winter Wonderland” with “Don’t Worry Be Happy.” – Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
- “Their interpretations throughout the album are fresh, modern and reflect the vibrancy of their youth. As a team they bring instrument-less music to new heights.” – Renowned for Sound
- Second holiday album
- Mix of classic and original Christmas songs
- Includes a cover of “Let It Go” from Frozen
- Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
- White Winter Hymnal
- Sleigh Ride
- Winter Wonderland/Don’t Worry Be Happy
- That’s Christmas to Me
- Mary, Did You Know?
- Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy
- It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year
- Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
- Silent Night
- Let It Go
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