On October 1st, 2021, Margaret Dorn & The Accidentals released a 33-song holiday collection called “A Cappella Holiday Classics.” It is a song collection that is bound to bring back memories of classic Holywood movies and will inspire you to enjoy some quality time with your friends, family members, and loved ones while sipping on hot cocoa.
This heavy collection of songs include an eccentric mixture of 33 original songs, carols, and hymns. “A Cappella Holiday Classic,” has featured award-winning singers, producers, songwriters, and artists. This must-have holiday season album joins the melodious tunes of Margaret Dorn and the Accidentals to create something extraordinary.
Some of the familiar holiday tracks in this album include, “Frosty The Snowman,” “Jingle Bells,” “Joy To The World,” “Silent Night,” “The First Noel,” “Away In a Manger,” and many more!
Margaret Dorn is an impeccable songwriter, singer, producer, arranger, piano player, and arranger. Dorn’s work includes theater, records, movie soundtracks, commercials, concert stages, and nightclubs. Numerous artists such as Hiromi Ota, Karen Carpenter, Melba Moore, and the Sweet Inspirations have recorded numerous of Dorn’s songs.
Margaret Dorn has sung with many popular artists such as Celine Dion, Bette Midler, Jennifer Lopez, Carly Simon, Lionel Ritchie, Donald Fagen, Michael Bolton, Boz Scaggs, Willie Nelson, Barry Manilow, Jessica Simpson, Michael McDonald, Garth Brooks, The Chieftans, and Diana Ross.
The rising star has also been a soloist and a choir director for the Downtown Messiah, which is a star-studded holiday show that was broadcasted for many years at the Bottom Line Club. In 2011 and 2013m Margaret Dorn went on a tour with Manhatten Transfer, who was the Grammy Award-winning jazz vocal group. Whereas THE ACCIDENTALS are a unique band that creates a unique recreation of original songs with their off-beat sense of humor and distinctive arrangements.
Their impeccable talent led them to win the MAC and Back Stage Bistro Awards for Best Vocal Group. Whereas several feature films on TV have featured their songs and they have been winners of several Contemporary A Capella Recording Awards. In 1995, they were national champions of the Harmoney Sweepstakes.
If you are interested in hearing the 33-song holiday collection called “A Cappella Holiday Classics,” here it NOW!