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A Motown Christmas
Lucas Theatre for the Arts
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Grand Opera House - Macon
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A Motown Christmas is a christmas themed song album which features tracks from various well-known artists. There are a variety of different music styles to be heard on A Motown Christmas, which was originally released as a double album. It was released by Motown Records in 1973 as a christmas music compilation album. Get A Motown Christmas tickets and don’t miss the chance to hear the popular songs on the album getting played at the Peabody auditorium in Daytona Beach, Florida.
The album contains singles and tracks from the various artists that were signed with Motown Records during the sixties and the early seventies. Some tracks are from an earlier Motown Records album that was released in 1968, titled “Merry Christmas from Motown”. A Motown Christmas has twenty four tracks that features pop and soul music. There are seven songs in the album by Michael Jackson and the Jackson 5, including the opening song "Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town".
The Jacksons or “The Jackson 5ive” consisted of family members namely Michael Jackson, Tito Jackson, Jackie Jackson, Jermaine Jackson and Marlon Jackson. Having sold over a hundred million records worldwide, they were one of the best-selling artists of that era. They were signed with Motown Records for almost six and a half years and have songs such as "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus", "The Christmas Song", "Frosty the Snowman" and "Give Love on Christmas Day" featuring on the album. With their upbeat songs, The Jackson Five added youthful exuberance to the A Motown Christmas album. The album closes with another one of their songs, named "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas".
Diana Ross & the Supremes have five of their songs on the compilation album. The Supremes were a female singing group, hailing from Detroit, Michigan. They were Motown Record’s most commercially successful acts. The group consisting of Diana Ross, Mary Wilson, Florence Ballard, and Betty McGlown, had twelve number one hits on the Billboard Hot 100. Their tracks which are included in the compilation album are "My Favorite Things", "Joy to the World", "Silver Bells", "Children's Christmas Song” and the soulful “White Christmas”.
The Temptations, Stevie Wonder along Smokey Robinson & the Miracles also feature on A Motown Christmas. Each of these artist have four songs on the playlist. Stevland Hardaway Morris or more commonly known as Stevie Wonder signed with Motown Records at the age of eleven. From a child prodigy he made his name as a creative and highly decorated artist. Wonder’s thought provoking “Someday At Christmas” is included in the album along with his festive song, “What Christmas Means To Me”.
The Largely secular and funky music on the album also includes Smokey Robinson’s classical and timeless Christmas song “Jingle Bells”. Smokey Robinson’s other songs which are part of the album are "Deck the Halls/Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella", "It's Christmas Time" and "God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen". The Temptations songs that stand out are "The Little Drummer Boy" and "My Christmas Tree".
A Motown Christmas will be performed at the Peabody auditorium which is named after patron, Simon J. Peabody. Peabody donated the land to establish a leading auditorium which would provide a source of entertainment to people. Today the Peabody auditorium stands there, a prominent venue where stars from different fields have graced the stage. The auditorium was dedicated to its benefactor, on the sixth of October, 1949 with an opening concert by the United States Navy Band. The auditorium has seen many renowned performers from the past six decade perform there. Artists such as Elvis Presley, Louie Armstrong, Frank Sinatra, Willie Nelson, Tony Bennett and the illusionist David Copperfield have all take stage at the Peabody auditorium. Moreover, many Broadway plays have also been staged at the auditorium. For the past sixty two years, the Peabody auditorium has served as the home of the Daytona Beach Symphony Society.
Don’t miss the chance to hear the marvelous Christmas songs from some of the best artists of the sixties. Get your Christmas season started with A Motown Christmas tickets, at one of the most well-known venues, which has a legacy of its own.