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Happy Holidays 2012 from glbtq.com
Posted by: Claude J. Summers on 12/22/12
Last updated on: 12/22/13
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The Chicago Gay Men's Chorus celebrates the season.

May the Holiday Season be rewarding and fulfilling for all of us. Here is some music to get you into the spirit of the season.

The London Gay Men's Chorus sings "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town.

The Chicago Gay Men's Chorus performs "(I'll Be Home) With Bells On."

The Portland Gay Men's Chorus a cappella subgroup Cascade sings Owl City's "The Christmas Song (Christmas With You)" at their 2012 holiday concert.

The incomparable Melissa Etheridge sings "Christmas in America: Send My Baby Home."

From the Windy City Gay Chorus 2012 Holiday Concert.

Dan O'Leary and the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus say "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas."

The Indigo Girls sing "Mistletoe."

Melissa Manchester and the Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles perform "A Mother's Prayer" in memory of the glbtq youth who have been lost to bullying and despair.

The Gay Men's Chorus of Los Angeles has dedicated their performance of David Bowie's arrangement of "Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy" to the families of Newtown, Connecticut, where a gunman killed 26 people last week.

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