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This was the first of four all-Christmas-music editions during December, with, of course, thoughts about the season and its meaning from many of your favorite Southern Gospel singers. I always enjoy this time of the year and the music that so well represents the joyous news that Christmas represents.
Our Featured Artists on this edition were the Perrys with songs from their new Christmas CD, "A Very Perry Christmas." (I'm not sure who came up with the title, but I have to suspect it was Troy Peach.) I hope you enjoyed the songs I played from their CD, including the two outstanding new songs, "We Need A Silent Night Again" and "Love Is Alive Forever."
The Perrys' CD featured on this program, "A Very Perry Christmas," is available from our mailorder service, Springside. Just call 1-800-38-MUSIC to order. You can order easily from our webstore by using this link to go directly to this item.
When I was going through songs from the Troy Burns Family, our guests on this program's Christmas Spotlight segment, I noticed a very special theme running through the three Christmas songs I chose. All three songs speak directly to Who Christ is. That, of course, is an essential part of the Christmas story. These songs were from one of two new Christmas CDs they've put out this year, this one entitled "Bringing Good News." And, of course, that's exactly what they're doing. Members of this group are Troy and Tammy Burns, of course, along with Jacob Kluttz and Shane Mathis. More info about the Troy Burns Family can be found on their website.
Often this time of year is especially difficult as we remember loved ones who've passed on. I hope you heard the beautiful and powerful new song from the Blythe Family that I included on this program. It's called "If You Could See What I See" — a song that is a reassurance for all those who have lost Christian family members.