Christmas may be a time to celebrate joy, generosity and the gift of peace on Earth but the music can make you wish you could take a baseball bat to a snowman without the neighbors thinking you might be on a watchlist. There’s nothing wrong with Christmas carols. They can offer calm, mellowed tones that make us reflect on the beauty around us that we take for granted and the inherent good nature of mankind. However, hearing them over and over even after Christmas Day has past can really grate against your last good nerve. Instead of chasing carolers off your lawn with a weed whacker and having to explain to the cops that you thought they were lawn decorations that had come to life, take in some Christmas that has more swing like contemporary jazz guitarist Peter White’s upcoming concert at the Majestic Theater. “A Peter White Christmas” featuring trumpet player Rick Braun and saxophonist Euge Groove will perform a number of holiday classics in their unmistakable sound at 6 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 27th at the Majestic Theatre in Dallas located at 1925 Elm St. Tickets are $99.50 per person and can be purchased online at ticketmaster,com.