The news was just announced that ultra-hot vocal group Pentatonix will now be featured on an upcoming NBC Christmas television special. The a cappella group, which rose to fame on NBC’s The Sing-Off, will return to the network on Dec. 14 for A Pentatonix Christmas Special, an hour-long holiday special featuring performances by Kelly Clarkson and Reba McEntire. The television special is just the latest huge news for a group that has done nothing but achieve over the past four years. The group just released it’s third Christmas album and it has hit #3 on the Top 200 chart and ranks #1 at both Amazon and on iTunes. A Christmas television special more or less concedes that their new albumRead more
This has got to be one of the most over covered songs of recent Christmas albums. But this is Pentatonix. That means it is fresh, stirring — a must listen and a must watch: The is the first release of their new album, A Pentatonix Christmas. If you thought you’ve heard too much of them these past few years just check that at the door. A Pentatonix Christmas features versions of “White Christmas,” “God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman,” and other tunes you’ll be blasting in the coming months. Stay tuned for more to come.
Pentatonix just announced via their Twitter feed another new Christmas album to be titled A Pentatonix Christmas. The unexpected release shakes up the recording market for Christmas music in 2016 significantly. The new album will debut exactly 2 years after their last Christmas album was released. That album went double platinum. Our upcoming holiday album 'A Pentatonix Christmas' will be released on 10/21, and we can't wait for you to hear it! More info coming #soon. — Pentatonix (@PTXofficial) September 16, 2016 The group’s last Christmas album — That’s Christmas to Me — was released just two years ago to rave reviews. That made it one of the most significant new Christmas albums in decades, probably the most important sinceRead more
For the third consecutive year smash group Pentatonix has released something for Christmas, this time it’s a very un-traditional version of Joy to the World. Though looking more worldly than ever the angelic sound remains in this indeed VERY joyful version which is bound to go Christmas viral yet again:
A cappella super group Pentatonix is riding a wave of popularity launched more than a year ago after their Christmas album That’s Christmas to Me went Platinum. They have a new non-seasonal album out that debuted at #1 on Billboard — a historic first for an a cappella group. The deluxe edition of the album features all 11 tracks from “That’s Christmas To Me” as well as 4 new tracks from the group and a special new recording of last year’s standout hit, “Mary, Did You Know?” featuring The String Mob. There will also be a digital EP which will just feature the five newly recorded tracks, according to a news release. That’s Christmas To Me Deluxe Album Track ListRead more
Pentatonix is hard to miss these days. They are everywhere. But we’ve been featuring them here on MMC for some time. By popular request we post up again one of their big hits — Mary Did You Know? — from their Christmas album of 2014 titled That’s Christmas to Me:
Somewhere near you right now some poor guy is slogging through the heat of summer to put up a spectacular Christmas display. If technology has brought anything to Christmas it is a whole new level of creative celebration through lights and coordinated music. On day #137 of the countdown to Christmas we take a look at a light display from last year that we missed — one that is all about precision. Set to Daft Punk by Pentatonix, this display is pretty mesmerizing:
Pentatonix is hot and they know it. After releasing their Christmas album on October 21st to delirious reviews and rabid fan reaction online they continue to roll out the videos to support sales — and Thanksgiving is still a week or more away. MTV.com has taken to becoming a little snarky about it but you cannot deny the reaction on social media to what Pentatonix is doing. These new Christmas music videos are generating millions of views, laying waste to the critical ideas that Christmas creep is a problem in America. If it’s good, America wants it. And they want this Christmas album this year. Released today is the official video of the title track to the album, an originalRead more