Christmas Album Has Arrived!

Christmas from Coventry Road

Coventry CarolWe’ve just stuffed the last CD into it’s case with it’s limited edition hand numbered and autographed Christmas Card (the first 1000) from HoD and they are on the market. Purchase on our Merchandise page, or download via itunes.

Stay tuned, more about the album soon.

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Categories: House of Doc, Merchandise, Music, Uncategorized | 4 Comments

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4 thoughts on “Christmas Album Has Arrived!

  1. I want one! How do I get it?

    • mmmmatthew

      Your can order the album directly from us on the Merchandise page, at one of our shows, or from iTunes, just search for House of Doc or Coventry Carol.

  2. Irene

    Loved the u-tube post with Westgate school choir. Good to see our professional musicians come together with students for inspiration and bringing a message of pure joy and faith together. God bless

  3. John Bartel

    Hi folks,
    Just got a copy, earlier this evening, of Coventry Carol that Edith (from Watrous) acquired for us. I’m not one who is a particularly huge fan of recorded Christmas music, much prefer listening and participating with other living, breathing souls. However, you really captured something with this recording. Great selection of tunes, and crafting of their performance. The resonance of the cathedral is striking in places, and your rendition of ‘Boston’ has made an instant favourite of a song that I had never before had the good fortune of hearing. Congratulations! and Merry Christmas!!!

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