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Happy Xmas from Josh Groban
November 20th, 2017 under Christmas Music, Josh Groban. [ Comments: none ]

They say history repeats itself and in some ways it is doing just that. 46 years ago, America was going through a huge political change and now it is doing the same thing. Lyrics from John Lennon’s songs are coming back, in a way, to haunt us. Who has a voice haunting enough voice to parlay the feeling we get from the late singer? Josh Groban does and this season he is resurrecting his holiday song Happy Xmas (War Is Over). You cannot sing that Christmas tune without a children’s choir, and he got one to recreate that part. What we got is a timeless classic becoming a timeless classic again but by someone one else.

So listen to the song the first time and enjoy the Christmas Carol. Then listen to it again but to the lyrics and see how it is sadly still relevant today nearly a half a century later.

The song is available now along with 5 other new ones on Josh Groban’s 10th anniversary reissue of Noel.


Josh Groban makes Christmas even more Merry!
December 25th, 2016 under Christmas Music, Josh Groban. [ Comments: none ]

Today, I lit the fireplace and listened to Josh Groban singing Christmas tunes and it warmed my soul as I opened presents with my loved ones. It is a great way to start the holiday.
Don’t have that luxury of owning his album, then watch him serenading hotel guests at the Grand Hyatt singing those tunes It will make even the coldest of areas warm up immediately. He is the King of Christmas!
So bow down and enjoy his velvety voice!


Pentatonix’s Christmas present for their Fateful fans!
December 20th, 2016 under Christmas Music. [ Comments: none ]

We are just days away from Christmas and Pentatonix has an early Christmas present for us to wrap. Today they released the music video for their version of O Come, All Ye Faithful and I can’t stop listening to it. Adding a Lion King vibe to the holiday classic makes it something you don’t mind hearing for years to come. And we will over and over again.


This is how all Christmas songs sounds like by December 25th
December 16th, 2016 under Christmas Music. [ Comments: none ]

You know that feeling you get when you the first Christmas song of the year? It’s like drinking hot chocolate by the fireplace on a cold winter’s day. You know, it makes you feel all warm inside.
Then by December 25th, you feel like the snow that has pissed and pooped on by several big dogs every time you hear one those holiday classics?
Well someone named Grinchy took all 100 Carols on the Billboard Holiday Charts and mashed it into one tune. It is like being forced to only eat Fruit Cake and down it with Egg Nog for a month straight. Pure torture that yet you can stop listening to.


Did Stephen Colbert write the worst Christmas song ever
December 13th, 2016 under Christmas Music, Stephen Colbert. [ Comments: none ]

Paul McCartney’s song Wonderful Christmas was named the worst Christmas song ever. Stephen Colbert is not going to let that record stand, so he wrote one that he thinks is worse. Norah Jones and him debuted Christmas Is Now yesterday on The Late Show and my cat loves it. It is her favorite song of the holiday.
I don’t Macca’s song is the worst song of the season. I can’t think which one is worse, can you?


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