Young Stacie Orrico has built quite a career for herself. She's charted three number-one songs on Christian radio, toured with Destiny's Child, and been nominated for four Dove awards. She has a fresh, clean sound and is proof that not all teen girl singers sport tube-tops and low-cut leather pants. When she was 15, Orrico cut a Christmas EP called Christmas Wish. It was released in conjunction with the Make-A-Wish foundation, and the sales of the record helped 11 kids have their wishes granted. On the record, she does versions of classics "Come All Ye Faithful," "White Christmas," "What Child Is This," and "O Holy Night," as well as two modern compositions: "Christmas Wish" and "Love Came Down at Christmas."
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AllMusic Review by Tim Sendra