It’s already December, which means that Christmas is just around the corner! While we brace ourselves for the holiday rush as we go on shopping for presents, preparing the dishes we’re going to feast on during the Noche Buena, and dolling ourselves for strings of Christmas parties, better put some Yuletide tunes on the background for you to enjoy more the busiest yet merriest season of the year.
Let the Tawag ng Tanghalan alumni carol their way to your hearts through their soulful performances of the classic songs that we would never get tired of listening to every Christmas.
TNT Boys - Silent Night
With their palpable charm and soothing voice, you could probably find ourselves sleep in heavenly peace with the TNT Kids’, composed by Francis Concepcion, Mackie Empuerto, and Keifer Sanchez, version of Silent Night.
Jhon Clyd Talili - Star Ng Pasko
The ABS-CBN Christmas Station ID theme song, which made us all LSS (last song syndrome) in 2009, had a refreshing sound through the jazzy rearrangement of TNT Kids champion Jhon Clyd Talili and The Arrangers band.
Eumee - The First Noel
Grand finalist Eumee Capile showcased her vocal power as she narrated the birth of the King of Israel through her heartfelt rendition of The First Noel.
Marielle Montellano - O' Come All Ye Faithful
Who says Christmas songs should be either sentimental or pop? Marielle proved us that the classic O’ Come All Ye Faithful can sound better if sang in bossanova style.
TNT Divas - Joy To The World
Maricel Callo, Pauline Agupitan, Gidget Dela Llana, and Rachel Gabreza, collectively known as the TNT Divas, showed their individual vocal prowess and euphonious blending through their catchy performance of the favorite Joy to the World.
Froilan Canlas - Oh Holy Night
We usually hear and see traditional instruments in cultural shows. But this time, the TNTV Team tapped the UP Tugma ensemble to give a different sound to Oh, Holy Night sang by Froilan Canlas.
Sam Mangubat - Auld Lang Syne
What’s nicer than to bid goodbye to the year that is yet to be over than to listen (or even sing along) to Sam’s RnB version of Auld Lang Syne?
All these Christmas hymns are up on the TNT Versions YouTube Channel.