In the Christmas Spirit: Jewel Live | Beaufort County Now | In the interest of discovering songs for the season, I found these videos of Jewel singing Christmas Carols live, and I thought I would help all my BCN friends with another serving of her lovely rendering of these most holy melodies. | Christmas Spirit, Jewel Kilcher, Ave Maria, chrstms, Beaufort County, O Holy Night

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In the Christmas Spirit: Jewel Live

    In the interest of discovering songs for the season, I found these videos of Jewel Kilcher singing Christmas Carols live, and I thought I would help all my BCN friends with another serving of her lovely rendering of these most holy melodies. Last Christmas Season, we found a fine group of Jewel's renditions of traditional Christmas classics as well as her own compositions, so this season I thought it only appropriate to offer a second helping her below.

The first Christmas Carol from Jewel is "Silent Night": Below.



The second tune from Jewel is not a Christmas Carol, but spiritual none the less. It is her original composition "Face of Love": Below.



The third Christmas Carol from Jewel is "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing": Below.



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The fourth Christmas Carol from Jewel is "O Holy Night": Below.



The fifth tune from Jewel is not a Christmas Carol, but it is a fine signal to the end of this series. It is her rendition of "Ave Maria": Below.



    Publisher's note: If you are really in the Christmas spirit, or just in the need for more, please click here to access all of the holiday spirit in melody and narrative that BCN can harness and offer for this Yuletide Season.


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