Sissel vs. the kings Singers... MoTab 2006 Christmas vs. 2007.
Sissel, that little old grammy nominee featured in the Mormon Tabernacle Choir's holiday program rocked the conference center roof off last year with her ethereal voice and spunky she-mullet.
Unfortunately, outside of a cool rendition of Jingle Bells, and an over-the-top version of 12 Days of Christmas, the six male vocalists of Cambridge fame "the king's singers" could not hold a candle to last year's Christmas Program at the LDS Conference Center. (Danny said we heard them last year, they were called "Voice Male" ... some cheesy boy band from provo that does Star Wars covers.
It's never a good sign when the organ solo gets more applause than the featured guests. . . seriously, watch the program on KBYU sometime in the future and you'll see what I mean. Also, you may catch a glimpse of Danny and I, as we were in one of the isles the performers "danced" down.
Anyway, to anyone thinking of headlining for the TAB next year. . . Better luck to you. . . until then, I'm picking up a copy of last year's concert performance and thinking of the glory of the norwegian mullet.
Baby, it's cold up north . . . but downright frigid in Cambridge.
PS. I'd like to say it's in honor of Sissel . . . so I'm going to (even if it's not), But speaking of norway . . . I got Danny and I those Norwegian ski sweaters to wear to Sun Valley tomorrow. We're going to look smokin' sipping non-alcoholic hot-tottys (sp?) and the like. It was our "first day of Christmas gift." I think he would've preferred a private adult-only screening of "Santa Baby," but a Christmas sweater will have to do for now. Rudolph, your nose is shinning a little too bright, if you know what I mean.
Yeah, I don't get it either. . . .