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by Emish

Celtic roots intertwined with high energy power folk creating a classic, beautiful and energetic Christmas album.
Genre: Folk: Irish Contemporary
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  Song Share Time Download
1. What Child Is This
2:42 album only
2. Joy to the World
3:29 album only
3. O Holy Night
4:54 album only
4. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
2:54 album only
5. Kings
2:41 album only
6. O Come O Come Emmanuel
4:52 album only
7. Hark! the Herald Angels Sing
3:51 album only
8. Silent Night
2:43 album only
9. O Come, All Ye Faithful
5:01 album only
10. I Saw Three Ships
5:12 album only
11. Auld Lang Syne
3:34 album only
12. Jingle Bells
3:05 album only
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Album Notes
“I have been in the music business for almost 50 years, and every so often, someone special comes along. That someone special ... is Emish. What a performance!”
Sean McGuinness
Dublin City Ramblers, Ireland’s No. 1 Ballad and Folk Group; Winner of 8 Gold Albums

“ ... a great band with plenty of energy, (Emish) is able to not only build that bridge between traditional Irish and modern Irish music, but seamlessly jump back and forth between the two in grand fashion.”

Iowa Irish Fest

“Emish’s high-energy, unique brand of Celtic rock is a definite crowd-pleaser.”

St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival Committee

“The five-piece Emish stands as one of the most individual and inspired acts working in roots music today.”


Native to New York’s Hudson Valley, Emish has thrived as a national band, bringing its brand of folk-inspired Celtic rock to major music festivals and concerts across the United States. Homegrown by a fervid fan base that launched the group onto the national stage, Emish is equally at home headlining at grand venues like Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas or Florida’s St. Augustine Celtic Music & Heritage Festival, and intimate club and pub settings. Its unique, versatile fusion of traditional music of the Celts and folk rock with an edge, never fails to rouse crowds large or small.
With five albums to date, Emish has consistently earned accolades from the Celtic music community, including “Best Band of the Hudson Valley” from Hudson Valley Magazine, and the “Mighty Craic Award” from New-York based IPH radio station; front man Bobby Curreri has perennially received the “Best Singer/Songwriter” award from the Times Herald-Record, leading daily newspaper of the Hudson Valley and Catskills.
Upon release of Emish’s full-length studio album, “Sparkle” -- a milepost venture into Americana, showcasing the band’s original songs -- the work was awarded “Number 1 Celtic Rock/Traditional Album of the Year” by Paddy Rock Podcast, the longest-running Celtic music podcast on the web.
Founding members Christy Brown on fiddle and cello, Jen Curreri on flute, trumpet, whistles, and vocals, and Bobby Curreri, vocalist and guitarist, form the core of the group. Adam Conforti on drums, and Mitch Sumner on bass round out the band. Together, they deliver the distinctive sound and kinetic performance that has made Emish one of the most sought-after Celtic rock bands in the country.
A career highlight has been appearing at various national venues with Ireland’s Dublin City Ramblers in “Hands Across the Pond” concert tours. The Ramblers, Ireland’s “Best Ballad and Folk Group,” has earned 8 gold albums in its more than forty-year recording career. Original Rambler Sean McGuiness has called Emish’s performance “a fantastic blend of Irish music at its best, with some familiar songs, and a selection of its own compositions ... I always look forward to sharing a stage with them.”
The band’s high-energy synthesis of original songs, Celtic traditional, fine musicianship, and on-stage banter has driven its popularity since its inception more than a decade ago. It is what prompted Matthew Nelligan, President of the Irish 2000 Music & Arts Festival in Albany -- one of the largest Irish music festivals in the United States -- to describe Emish as ... “a force to be reckoned with.”



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Work of art
The Emish Christmas album is amazing. The work that they put into it definitely shows through listening to the songs. I listened to the first song once and I instantly knew that this album was my new obsession.


New favorite Christmas CD
I love this CD! We've had it on while decorating for Christmas, and I listen to it in the car all the time! Highly recommend this, and hearing them play these songs live is awesome too!!


Beautiful Christmas CD
My family and I decorated our home for Christmas listening to this CD, we all loved it. It moved us right into the Christmas spirit. Beautifully done. This CD is my new Christmas favorite!

Jimmy Lynch

Best CD EVER!!!!
What beautiful music to take me to my happy place. Will be keeping this CD in player for quite some time I feel.

Jennifer Schroeder

Absolutely beautiful Christmas album. My favorites are O come O come Emmanuel, Oh Holy Night, and What Child is This? Shalomy Christmas music :)


My New Favorite Christmas CD!!!
I am in love with this CD and the music that Emish produces! I listen to the CD at home and it really brings out the holiday spirit.. So happy I bought this and will look forward to listening to it every year! Auld Lang Syne is my absolute favorite. The vocals are hauntingly beautiful! Thank you Emish for another great CD!!!