Award-Winning Musicians To Share Music From Watson's New CD, 
Christmas...Not the Way it Seems,
 Twice This Season On Popular TV Show
Jean Watson and Phil Keaggy will perform music from Watson's new CD, Christmas...Not the Way It Seems, on Thursday's episode of The 700 Club. Pictured (L to R): Watson and Keaggy perform during the taping of the show. (McCain & Co. Public Relations photo)
NASHVILLE, Tenn.(December 17, 2014) - 
Shadowlands recording artist Jean Watson is set to share her Celtic-infused Christmas music this 
Thursday on the CBN television network's flagship show, The 700 
Club. She is also scheduled to appear on the show on Christmas Eve.

Watson will perform music from her recently-released Christmas project, 
Christmas...Not The 
Way It Seems. Produced by Grammy Award-nominated producer Billy Smiley, the 11-song collection of angelic and classic Christmas favorites also features the talents of legendary Gospel Music Hall of Famer and guitar virtuoso Phil Keaggy. Keaggy will perform with Watson, and will also be featured on the show throughout the holiday season performing songs from his Christmas CD, Welcome Inn.

"I feel very honored to be able to share my music and story on The 700 Club!" says Watson. "It was a thrill to perform with Phil Keaggy, and taping the interview was a an emotional moment for me. I hope that viewers are as touched in watching the show as I was in making it!"

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Phil Keaggy performs a song from his Christmas project, Welcome Inn, during the taping of the The 700 Club. The performance will air during the Christmas season. (McCain & Co. Public Relations photo) 
Watson, who resides in Michigan, enjoys a large fan base across the U.S. and throughout the United Kingdom. She also hosts a daily inspirational radio show, Jean Watson
which airs across Ireland. 

Watson's appearance on 
The 700 Club is the latest
stop on a media tour to promote Christmas...Not The Way It Seems. She recently performed on LeSea TV's The Harvest ShowTBN's Praise the Lord, Cornerstone Television Network's Real Life and the Christian Television Network's (CTN) Bridges.

Additional appearances 

will include an interview and performance on 
The 700 Club's Christmas Eve program, an interview with Campus Crusade for Christ radio (CRU), several upcoming special Christmas music performances on the Cornerstone Television Network and more.

For more information about Watson or Christmas...Not The Way It Seems, visit

About The 700 Club
Hosted by Pat Robertson, Gordon Robertson and Terry Meeuwsen, with news anchor Lee Webb, The 700 Club is a mix of news and commentary, interviews, feature stories, and Christian ministry. The 700 Club is one of the longest-running programs in broadcast history. Seen in 97 percent of the television markets across the United States, the show's news/magazine format presents a lively mix of information, interviews, and inspiration to an average daily audience of one million viewers. To find affiliate listings and show times in your area, visit 

Media Blast from McCain & Co. Public Relations


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