Mannheim Steamroller: Arnie Roth (violin); Chip Davis.
Personnel: Cheryl Wilson, Judy Storey, Robert Bowker, Josie Falbo, Jeffrey Morrow, Gene Nery, Josie Falbo, Josie Aiello (vocals); Craig McCreary, Craig McCreary (guitar); Jennifer Cappelli, Kathleen Brauer, Guillaume Combet, Carol Lahti, Lori Ashikawa, Lori Ashikawa, Clara Lindner, Michael Shelton (violin); Frank Babbitt, Pat Brennan, Lasareff Mironoff, Claudia, Pat Brennan, Claudia Lasareff-Mironoff (viola); Judy Stone, Larry Glazer , Mark Brandfonbrener (cello); Mike Smith (alto saxophone); Stephen Eisen (tenor saxophone); Paul Mertens (baritone saxophone); Channing Philbrick, Matthew Comerford, Randall Carey Deadman, Mark Ridenour, Rob Parton, David Inmon (trumpet); Jonathan Boen, Oto Carrillo, Alice Render, Dale Clevenger, Alice Render-Clevenger (French horn); Adam Moen, Mark Fry , Adam Moen, Fritz Hocking, Scott Bentall, Mark Fry (trombone); Mark Fisher, Mark Fisher , Mick Mulcahy (tenor trombone); Charles Vernon (bass trombone); Gene Pokorny (tuba); Michael Buckwalter, Melanie Cottle, Neil Kimel, Melanie Cottle (horns); Jeremy Kahn (piano); Larry Kohut (bass instrument); Joel Spencer (drums, drum set); Doug Wadell, Joel Cohen (percussion).
Liner Note Author: Chip Davis.
Recording information: American Gramaphone studios; Chicago Recording Company, Studio D; The Digital Living Room; The University of Downstairs.
Arrangers: Chip Davis; Arnie Roth.
Continuing its well-earned reputation as a holiday juggernaut, Mannheim Steamroller presents yet another Yuletide album with 2008's CHRISTMASVILLE. Easily one of Steamroller's most playful winter-themed outings, the collection features songs from HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS, most notably the choral number "Welcome Christmas," along with other lively tunes such as "Trim Up the Tree."