A new way to sing Christmas songs

The album cover for the band's latest Christmas album (Courtesy of Pentatonix Facebook).

I heard this song the other day and I was kind of in awe at how cool these guys are. I’m sure everyone has heard their version of “Hallelujah” at least a time or two recently. Pentatonix or PTX has been harmonizing since 2011. They first made their mark when they won NBC’s “The Sing-Off,” earning $200,000 and a recording contract. The group has won a Grammy Award for Best Arrangement and Instrumental twice, making them the only a cappella artists to have won the award. Let me tell you, these guys are crazy good, and as Jennifer Lopez would say, they gave me the “goosies,” as in goose bumps. One of my all time favorite Christmas songs is “Carol of the Bells,” and when I heard this song the other day, I freaked out because of how great these guys were. Check it out below, and if you like what you hear, they’ve got a whole Christmas album, “PTXmas” and “A Pentatonix Christmas.”



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Courtney Thomas
Courtney Thomas ,senior, is the Editor-in-Chief for the Voice and huntleyvoice.com; this is her third year on staff. Courtney enjoys hanging out with her friends in her free time. She is working to finish "How I Met Your Mother" and "Orange is the New Black" on Netflix, and hopes to move to "Stranger Things" afterwards. Currently, Courtney works on Tom's Farm Market. She is thrilled to see what her final year on staff of the Voice brings.


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