Holiday Home is the newest collection of relaxing holiday piano music from The O’Neill Brothers. Filled with most-requested fan favorites, it was created to evoke the comfort, familiarity and heart-warming memories of home during the holiday season. It’s the perfect backdrop for opening presents, baking cookies, reading Christmas stories or curling up by the fireplace on a chilly evening.
The compilation features soothing renditions of well-known holiday melodies, including Here Comes Santa Claus, Do You Hear What I Hear, O Holy Night, Hark! The Herald Angels Sing, O Christmas Tree, Little Drummer Boy, Angels from the Realms of Glory, I Saw Three Ships, My Favorite Things, Bring a Torch, Jeanette, Isabella, The First Noel and Angels We Have Heard on High.
About The O’Neill Brothers
Tim & Ryan O''''Neill, nationally known recording artists from New Prague, MN, have released 24 albums of relaxing piano music in their signature style. To date, they’ve sold more than 1.5 million CDs, and in 2004 and 2005, two of their popular collections made the Billboard charts.
Tim and Ryan perform extensively across the country, having played for governors from several states, and President George H. W. Bush in recent years. They have provided music for NBC, ESPN, PBS, and HBO television, and regularly perform live on QVC television.
The O''''Neill Brothers have played the piano since elementary school, but found the appeal of two brothers playing on two pianos while attending the University of Notre Dame. After college, they launched their careers by recording CDs of both familiar songs and original melodies, and selling them at performances and in stores nationwide. In 1997, they started their own independent record label, Shamrock-n-Roll, Inc.
Critics and fans agree that Tim and Ryan O''''Neill bring a "refreshing style to piano music" and love the "enthusiasm and charming character" of the two brothers in concert. Publications such as the Los Angeles Times, Newsday, Star Tribune, Parenting Magazine, and Mpls./St. Paul Magazine concur, describing the O''''Neill Brothers'''' music as "reflective, soothing, soulful, and stimulating" and rave about their “keyboard artistry.”
Their enthusiastic fans have made successes of the O’Neill Brothers’ library of 24 albums, which includes such genres as wedding music, holiday music, Irish melodies, love songs, lullabies, movie themes, inspirational tunes, Broadway favorites, and a patriotic collection.