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Christmas in Ballymena – Music Tuesday

Are you feeling festive yet? If not then we have the perfect video for you below. Northern Ireland based performers Brash Isaac and Beulah Kim have recorded a beautiful version of Silent Night. Not only will you love this local grown talent – you will also feel some Christmas spirit after a listen.

Brash Isaac have just released a new EP which is a collection of his music. If you enjoyed the video above then head over here and give Living In The Dark & Other Clichés by Brash Isaac.

Christmas in Ballymena – Music Tuesday

Also while we are talking about music, and because it is a Tuesday we would like to point you towards our Music Tuesday feature. On Music Tuesday’s we pick and highlight some of our favourite local musicians, or act playing locally, and their music. Here are some of the artists that we have talked about:

Owen Denvir, Tony Villiers & the Villains, Saint Sister, Brash Isaac, Foy Vance, Ciaran Lavery, New Ancestors, Katharine Philippa, SOAK, Lilla Vargen, Robyn G Shiels, Arborist and more.

If you would like to discover some new locally grown music then please click here to have a look at our Music Tuesday feature.

Christmas in Ballymena - Music Tuesday

And , because it is Christmas, here is our definitive list of Christmas Music which we can actually listen to in the office. Here is our playlist – thank us later!

And finally  . . .

 

Don’t forget to stay tuned to our Christmas In Ballymena series.

WE WOULD LOVE IT THIS CHRISTMAS IF EVERYONE IN BALLYMENA MADE IT A PRIORITY TO BUY AT LEAST ONE OF THEIR CHRISTMAS GIFTS FROM LOCAL BALLYMENA BUSINESS.

That way everyone wins. Our local retailers are supported at this critical time in retail, and you get to cross at least one of your Christmas gifts off your to do list.

We know that it might not be realistic for you to buy all your gifts in small non-high street stores, and we completely understand that the internet is convenient and can help you get things that aren’t available in town.

Click here to view the businesses which we have visited so far.