Nashville, TN (December 16, 2021)
For the first time via free livestream, come sing along with prolific modern hymn writers Keith & Kristyn Getty as part of their Sing! An Irish Christmas Tour live from Washington D.C.’s Museum of the Bible. The evening will unite tradition and innovation in a vibrant celebration of the season. On Saturday, December 18th at 7pm EST hear new songs from Ireland’s own Keith & Kristyn Getty, along with many of the traditional Christmas carols that are known and loved.
The Gettys have decided to offer Sing! An Irish Christmas as a livestream event this year as a way to reach those around the world who aren’t able to attend events right now, who need a source of encouragement and hope during the Christmas season. So, gather your family and friends and tune-in for an unforgettable evening that fuses Celtic, bluegrass, americana, modern, and classical music into a one-of-a-kind holiday spectacular.
This year’s tour will also be featured again as an international special on the BBC, and the Trinity Broadcasting Network and will include stops at New York City’s prestigious Carnegie Hall, Nashville’s historic Schermerhorn Symphony Center and many more. An estimated 100 million people sing the Getty’s songs in churches every year, including their modern hymns and carols such as “In Christ Alone.”
Recently, The Gettys released their duet on the classic Christmas hymn “Brightest and Best” with Ricky Skaggs.
Watch ‘Brightest and Best’ Official Music Video:
They also premiered their newest album, Confessio – Irish American Roots, 13 songs inspired by their history in Ireland, filled with traditional Irish-melodies and instrumentation, brand-new songs as well as timeless hymns arranged with the signature sound that is only the Getty’s. The album features the lead track, “Pass The Promise” a new-anthem that is instantly singable, guest artists including Alison Krauss (“In Christ Alone”), Sandra McCracken (“All My Heart Rejoices” “Pass The Promise”), Kirk Whalum and Dana Masters (“Amazing Grace”), as well as classic well-known hymns that are all the soundtrack of the green hills of Ireland.