Just In Time For The Holidays; Celtic Sensation Abigail Winzer Releases “ReJoice”

Winzer cover "Rejoice" courtesy of Independent Music Promotions
Winzer cover "Rejoice" courtesy of Independent Music Promotions
Winzer cover “Rejoice” courtesy of Independent Music Promotions

Hailing from Charlotte, North Carolina with a style reminiscent of Alison Krauss and Sarah McLachlan let me present to you the ethereal stylings of Abigail Winzer. “Rejoice” is a masterful collection of some of the greatest Christmas songs of the past and Abigail has presented them as true classic royalty.

Each note is pristine and flawless. Rich in classic country with a fresh and reborn joy of the most authentic Christmas songs ever written. This album was produced at Mackinaw Harvest Music Studio in Grand Rapids, Michigan and produced by award winning Berkley College of Music graduate Michael Crittenden.

Her vocals are bright and crisp, clean and unblemished. She is a Soprano of the highest caliber. With the assistance of renowned producer Michael Crittenden, who’s composition of the peaceful and celestial vocals has surpassed many, Winzer has recreated a winter wonderland for the memory of each listener. This will definitely take them back to their childhoods of stringing popcorn for the tree and lighting the yule log.

Abigail Winzer courtesy of Independent Music Promotions
Abigail Winzer courtesy of Independent Music Promotions

It all began as a young child when she began to sing in the church choir and by the time she was 15 Abigail started voice lessons at the Boston Conservatory with Sara Jackson. Upon being selected to attend the Fine Arts Summer Academy in Nashville TN she then greatly impressed the faculty and proceeded to blow away the crowd the Ford Theater in the Country Music Hall of Fame with her rendition of “The House That Built Me” by Miranda Lambert.

Within days she found herself opening for country artist Josh Turner and with it embraced the path to producing her debut album “Rejoice.” Winzer’s accolades include performances with the Annie Moses Band at the Grand Ole Opry, Solo performance at the Ford Theater in the Country Music Hall of Fame, and he performance with Josh Turner. Her style is comparative to Celtic, Folk, and Holiday with a bit of Country Classic Christmas in the mix.

Abigail Winzer courtesy of Independent Music Promotions
Abigail Winzer courtesy of Independent Music Promotions

This debut album of legendary favorites is made even better with the heavenly soprano vocals of Winzer and the award winning composed arrangements of Michael Crittenden. Soulful and ethereal the music is sure to draw you in.

The magical holiday sounds of Arsen’s duduk coupled with the stunning vocals of Winzer helps to set this album on the path of major watch lists for the coming year. Everyone loves to hear classic favorites at Christmas time and Abigail has shared her amazing talent in a wonderful way.

The joining of old world instrumentation, Abigail’s ethereal voice and award winning arrangements seal the deal on this collection. It’s a one of kind from a one of a kind artist. Exquisite instruments used in the making of this album include Irish Harp, Irish Whistle, on “O Come All Ye Faithful.” The Lute, Arsen Petrosyan, and featured on “O Come O Come Emmanuel” the Duduk. Other instruments would also include Piano, Korg m3 Synthesizer, the Yamaha P250, the Hammond B3 Organ and our all time favorites Tambourine, Sleigh Bells and Celeste.

Abigail Winzer courtesy of Independent Music Promotions
Abigail Winzer courtesy of Independent Music Promotions

Be sure to grab your copy soon and share it with your friends. This one will be a collectible for every holiday season. Every holiday party will have this album playing and everyone listening will be singing along.

Websites:

https://abigailwinzer.hearnow.com/

http://www.facebook.com/abigailwinzer

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Sherryl is a Senior Writer and Assistant Editor with Nashville Music Guide and her blog, Lyrics N Legends has been featured since 2012. Her articles has graced the cover and have appeared as feature stories in the NMG print edition. She is also a member of WMMW, Women of Music Music of Women, a non-profit organization in support of women in the music industry. WMMW also appears here in Nashville Music Guide.

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