In the Christmas Spirit: Piano Guys, Part X | Eastern North Carolina Now | These three videos by the Piano Guys well reflect their inspiration toward these most special season of gift and hope and community best wishes.

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    Publisher's note: If you appreciate the musical and cinematography creativity of the extra talented Piano Guys, as much as we do here at BCN, you can easily access all of their segments here.


    These three videos by the Piano Guys well reflect their inspiration toward these most special season of gift and hope and community best wishes.

   
This first video, of "I Saw Three Ships" , showcases Jon Schmidt lighting up the neighborhood by virtue of high technology and his fabulous piano keys pressed lightly and well: Below.



   
This second video, "If You are Missing Someone the Christmas" with Craig Aven, is a poignant one for pianist Jon Schmidt who very recently lost his daughter, Annie Schmidt, to a hiking accident: Below.



   
This third video, "It's Going to e O'kay" with Cliffe Richard, is a rather upbeat change of direction for the Piano Guys evn though the song is not one of a seasonal nature: 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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