Jada Facer: “Silent Night” Music Review

“Silent Night” is one of the most recognizable Christmas carols to sing in Churches and throughout holiday specials. Singer Jada Facer sang an instrumental version with Kayko Music and Kyson Facer handling the instruments.

Facer does a good job of performing the song. She has a melodic voice and it worked well with the style of the song. She definitely has a beautiful voice and she definitely pays respect to the song with her version. Have others done it better. For sure, but she shows how passionate she is not just for the song, but also for the Spirit of Christmas.

I also liked the music video. It was a simple setting with her just singing with her bandmates. These sorts of “casual recording” music videos are my favorite kind. You can always tell if they are passionate about the song or not and that definitely helps when covering a classic song like “Silent Night.”

“So thankful for this season and the meaning of Christmas,” she said in the description of the video.

You can watch the music video below:

“Silent Night” is a Christmas carol composed by Franz Xaver Gruber with lyrics from Joseph Mohr in 1818. However, it would not be recorded until 1905. Originally written in German, an English translation was made by John Freeman Young in 1859.

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