Think Christmas music and there are sounds that probably jump to mind.
There's Bing Crosby, Vince Guaraldi, maybe Handel's "Messiah." Well, as it turns out, one of the oldest African-American musical traditions is also tied to Christmas.
That's the Ring Shout, still performed by the Geechee and Gullah people of the Georgia and South Carolina coast.
Don't know the Shout? Meet the McIntosh County Ring Shouters. We caught up with them introducing their music to children at a recent Savannah Music Festival Musical Explorers concert.