Do You Hear What I Hear: A Holiday Folk Tour With Judy Collins

Airs Sunday, December 23, at 6 p.m. Folk singing legend Judy Collins hosts an hour-long tour around the nation with a stop or two overseas to hear musical takes on the holiday season from folk artists. The music includes many new originals -- some thoughtful, some delivered with tongues planted firmly in cheek - along with rarely heard traditional carols, a few holiday favorites and two Hanukkah pieces. Many of the artists reflect on the holidays and tell the stories behind their songs. The performers include: Ms. Collins herself ("I'll Be Home For Christmas," "In The Bleak Mid Winter"), Orrin Star from New York ("A New Kind Of Christmas"), Deborah Holland of L.A. ("Hanukkah, Oh Hanukkah"), Welsh harpist Sian James ("On the Morning of Christmas Day"), Oona McOuat of Canada ("December Song"), Judith Kate Freidman from California ("Ocho Candelikos"), Nebraska's Terri Jo Dahlquist ("Six Little Angels"), Susan Clark ("It's Got To Be A Sign") and Rob Williams ("Enchanted Christmas") of Albuquerque, Curtis & Loretta from Minnesota ("Silver Bells"), New Yorker Cathy Grier ("I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus"), and Irish flavored folk from The McCabes ("Christmas Eve").