Jennifer's Christmas CD
Transport yourself to the enchanting world of Jennifer Licko's Celtic Christmas album. Experience the timeless melodies of ancient Celtic carols, brought to life by the mesmerizing fiddle work of Patrick Mangan from Riverdance. Immerse yourself in the captivating sounds of Ireland as Jennifer shares a heartfelt song in Irish Gaelic, passed down to her by the esteemed members of Altan, a renowned traditional Irish band. Let the familiar carols on this album awaken the spirit of Christmas within you, connecting you to the rich tapestry of your own Celtic ancestry. Allow Jennifer's voice to embrace you, as she weaves a magical story that will resonate in your heart throughout the holiday season.
The Light of Christmas Track List
- The First Noel
- Brightest and Best
- Soilse an Nollag
- The Holly and The Ivy
- There Is A Star
- Children's Witner
- Silver Bells
- Bread and Fishes
- O Little Town of Bethlehem
- Hark The Herald Angels Sing
- Rebel Jesus
- *What Child Is This
- *We Three Kings
- *Away In A Manger
- *The Coventry Carol
Jennifer's At Home Christmas Bundle
Enjoy the Celtic Christmas Music from the Comfort of your home
The Bundle Includes:
"Jennifer Licko could very well be the heir-apparent to Canada’s Loreena McKennitt and Clannad’s Moya Brennan"
Celtic Life Magazine
Just ordered mine and LOVE it! You can’t go wrong with this one, especially if you like Celtic music at Christmas time!
Cape Fear Carolina and her Scottish Roots
AWARDED 'CELTIC ALBUM OF THE YEAR' BY CELTIC MUSIC RADIO AND NOMINATED FOR 'TRAD ALBUM OF THE YEAR BY TRACONNECT', THIS NORTH CAROLINA FOLK SINGER, HAS A STRONG RELATIONSHIP WITH THE MUSIC THAT TRAVELED OVER WITH THE SCOTTISH SETTLERS.
Spending her youth as a competitive Scottish Highland Dancer encouraged her interest and love for the Scottish traditions. Jennifer is an exceptional vocalist and multi-instrumentalist who plays the piano, guitar, and bodhrán (Irish drum). After living almost a decade in Scotland and Ireland, Jennifer realized the strong similarities between Scotland and North Carolina...and her music began to branch out into a genre that honors those connections.
“I believe that the music needs to connect with the audience through our shared emotions and experiences in order for us all to feel that which can only be experienced through music. With some songs, I believe that the power of music can be stronger than the power of the lyrics; and the power of the language is stronger than the power of the notes.” Jennifer