Immerse Yourself In Bishop Frederick & Dr. Erica Barr's 18th-Century-Themed 'The Christmas Song' Music Video
Family gatherings, giving of gifts, choir cantatas, and children's plays are all unique to the holiday season. The warmth and love of this time of year is all because of the birth of our Savior. Bishop Frederick and Dr. Erica Barr want to celebrate the birth of the risen King with you. They have an extraordinary musical offering to guide you through the holidays - CHRISTMAS WITH THE BARRS.
Bishop Frederick and Dr. Erica's holiday album features a charming version of the Mel Torme and Nat King Cole classic "The Christmas Song." They have released the official music video of their rendition of the holiday favorite, depicting a joyous 18th-century-themed family gathering.
"The Christmas Song music video was filmed with our friends and family and designed to reminisce a period that expressed the regal attributes of the 1800s," says Bishop Barr.
You can immerse yourself in the dreamy holiday affair of "The Christmas Song" music video from Bishop Frederick Barr's YouTube channel. CHRISTMAS WITH THE BARRS video series also includes "Jesus What A Wonderful Child" featuring Gospel music icon Dr. Bobby Jones and Kyla Jade (from The Voice), "My Favorite Things" featuring Mark Kibble of the Grammy Award-winning group Take 6, "Go Tell It On The Mountain" featuring vocalist Anne Taylor-Slaughter, and the fun and merry "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town."
Bishop Barr and Charles Howe directed "The Christmas Song" music video with editing done by Danny Fuentes and Bishop Barr. "The Christmas Song" is their holiday radio single and is available now on the CHRISTMAS WITH THE BARRS album on all digital outlets and streaming services here.
Their brilliant and charismatic album of hymns and holiday songs is the perfect playlist and backdrop for such a special time of year. The Barr's have an incredibly creative flair, which is secondary to their passion for people and ministry. Create your CHRISTMAS WITH THE BARRS playlist and ignite pure Jesus joy and the true hope of the season.