Rock’n’Noel! Music fans syncs his spectacular Christmas lights to Deck The Halls – sung to the tune of Black Sabbath’s War Pigs

  • Kyle Bostick has become known for putting on elaborate light shows at his home
  • The computing enthusiast has programmed his Christmas lights to shine to the tune of various songs to raise money for charity
  • Footage shows the house lit up to Deck The Halls by Aaron Gage – sung to the tune of Black Sabbath’s War Pigs
  • The video clip was recorded at his family home in Garden City, Michigan

A Michigan man has created a rocking Christmas display at his home that lights up to the tune of hit songs.

Footage shows Kyle Bostick’s Garden City property decked out in lights synced to Aaron Gage’s version of Deck The Halls being played to the tune of Black Sabbath’s heavy metal War Pigs.

In the clip, candy canes are seen jumping like high hats, snow flakes flashing to the guitar riff and a computer-generated Christmas tree is belting out the words.

The fascinating light show, produced by Kyle, is now in its second year, and features rock hits like War Pigs to give passersby ‘the wow factor’.

The Bostick family’s display is put on for charity but has proved so popular they have won Garden City’s annual holiday lights contest.

Kyle has run lights throughout the last two years including on 4th of July and Valentine’s Day after starting out last Halloween, his wife Christina’s favourite holiday.

Footage shows Kyle Bostick’s Garden City, Michigan home covered in Christmas lights that are synced to Deck The Halls – sung to the tune of Black Sabbath’s War Pigs

In the clip, candy canes are seen jumping like high hats, snow flakes flashing to the guitar riff and a computer-generated Christmas tree is belting out the words.

‘It started off with my wife wanting to do something crazy for Halloween, so last year went all out and put on a light show,’ Kyle explained.

‘We had no intentions of doing Christmas, but after we received messages from hundreds of people saying “I can’t wait to see what you do for Christmas,” we thought “ahh damn, now we’ve got to do something for Christmas”.’

Kyle, who has a background in computers, says the show is very time-consuming to put on, as it takes ‘around 10 hours of programming for one minute of song’. 

Kyle (left), who has a background in computers, says the show is very time-consuming to put on, as it takes ‘around 10 hours of programming for one minute of song’

He has also set his dazzling lights to other hits, including Sia’s Candy Cane Lane, the Star Wars Theme, and Metallica’s Enter Sandman.

During last year’s Christmas light show, the Bosticks raised over $4,500 for the Detroit Animal Welfare Group. Each new show now raises money for another charity.

The family went a step further with a 4th of July show this year, organising an ice cream truck to stop for kids and even integrating fireworks into the performance.  

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