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December 20th is National Caroling Day


Every year throughout November and December, folks' playlists experience a shift from their year-round favorite musical artists to their favorite Christmas classics. Music is an important part of the Christmas experience; from your car radio to the stores and your home, it's everywhere in December! 


National Caroling Day is December 20. While we can't get everyone out and singing, we can most certainly share our favorites, and that's exactly what we're doing! Read on to see Williamson's favorite carols. 


Local musician Alan Riffle can't actually pick just one. "I don't have one in particular, I don't think," he says. "I usually end up playing just about all of them at Christmastime though!" 


Boxer Prater, another local musician, has a single distinct favorite. "My favorite was always Silent Night," he says.


Young musician Alstan Toler prefers things a little more upbeat; his favorites are Rocking Around the Christmas Tree and Jingle Bell Rock

Meanwhile, Jarrod Dean has a couple favorites. "White Christmas has always been a favorite of mine," he says. "It just gives you that warm home feeling. My next favorite would have to be Mary Did You Know. This song is about Mary when she was pregnant with Christ and the songwriter explaining all He will become in His life." 


No matter what your favorites are– whether they're silly or solemn, fast or slow– listening to some carols is a great way to get in the holiday spirit! 


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