Album of the Week – “Cold Enough to Snow” by Stacy Sullivan

12:30 pm by Kelly McCready

ssullivan-front-large-1“It’s coming on Christmas,
They’re cutting down trees.
They’re putting up reindeer
And singing songs of joy and peace…”

– Joni Mitchell, River.


In Cold Enough to Snow, Stacy Sullivan does the most amazing cover of this classic song from the 1971 album Blue, rivaling more well-known versions by James Taylor and Sarah McLachlan. It’s indicative of an entire album of wonderful Christmas songs and Stacy’s superbly genuine stylings.

In fact, Composer Stephen Schwartz says of Stacy’s album Cold Enough to Snow:

“Her effortlessly evocative vocals, her unfailingly tasty guitar, and her fresh and personal approach to every song she chooses, including Christmas carols that in other hands would seem over-familiar, make this collection an unmitigated pleasure to listen to. I ask it again: “Why isn’t Stacy Sullivan already famous?” – Stephen Schwartz

The full track listing is:

1 Some Children See Him
2 Cold Enough To Snow
3 Christmas Morning, 1969
4 I’ll Be Home For Christmas
5 River
6 Away In A Manger
7 Ave Maria
8 Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
9 Silent Night
10 Winter Wonderland
11 Angels On Your Pillow

Now that we’re really getting into the holiday season, we’re sharing the titular track from the album here:

To read more about Stacy Sullivan and purchase the album, click here.

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