Jackie Evancho set to release holiday CD
Jackie Evancho, the 10-year-old Richland soprano who awed audiences worldwide on "America's Got Talent," will be releasing her four-song Christmas CD, "O Holy Night," with a bonus DVD on Tuesday. The EP features the title track, along with "Silent Night," "Panis Angelicus" and "Pie Jesu."
The DVD contains five songs from her appearances on "America's Got Talent," including her YouTube audition, and an interview with the singer. A CD/DVD combo is available for $8.98 on amazon.com and on Jackie's website, www.jackieevancho.com .
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