Street Date:
October 09, 2015
Format:
CD
CD UPC:
804879557340
SRP:
$11.99
Genre:
CPHYCS
Status:
Holiday Product
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Product Overview
Join modern hymn writers Keith and Kristyn Getty for this one-night, live recording from their multi-city annual tour, Joy – An Irish Christmas! Building on the success of their 2011 studio album by the same name, this live concert event (featured on Public Television) showcases fresh, extended arrangements plus eight new soon-to-be-classic Christmas carols to tell the Christmas story like no other! Fusing tradition and innovation and bringing to bear the revelry of their Irish heritage, Keith & Kristyn Getty, joined by their band of virtuosos, Irish dancers, and a multi-generational choir, invite you to join in the singing of hymns and carols to celebrate the good news of the Gospel!
About Keith & Kristyn Getty
Keith and Kristyn Getty are renowned modern hymn writers from Northern Ireland. One of Keith’s most popular compositions, “In Christ Alone,” (co-written with Stuart Townend) is the #1 most-sung hymn in the UK since 2006 (CCLI) and among the top 20 most-sung hymns in the United States, Canada, and Australia. Songs from the Getty catalog are sung by an estimated 100 million people annually in churches around the world. The duo has released multiple albums and performed at notable venues as diverse as London’s Royal Albert Hall, Carnegie Hall, and the Grand Ole Opry. The Gettys met in Belfast, Northern Ireland when they began songwriting together. They were married in 2004, and two years later, they recorded their first project as a couple in the United Kingdom and Nashville, TN. In 2006, they made the journey overseas to America and lived in Ohio for three years as they began their professional career. They moved to Nashville in 2010.
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