Two weeks ago, I spent the weekend playing 19th C. US (mostly) carols and Christmas songs at the Hampton mansion Historical site, north of Baltimore, MD, with the Civil War Comrades (the working band I'm in). We did several German songs (Tanenbaum, Ihr Kindelein Commet, etc.), plus the original version of "One Horse Open Sleigh" from James Pierpont (1857).
On Christmas Eve, Jennifer and I sang the Coppers' "Softly the Night" in our church (many compliments on it, too).
And that's about it. No new CDs, no special concerts (Nowell Sing We Clear concert lost out to 22" of snow), just what I mentioned above.