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Too Early For Holiday Music?

Patch asks when Christmas jingles jive with you.

It may be mid-November, but local radio stations already are dusting off their holiday records in preparation for seasonal Yuletide spinning. But is it too early for B101 and BEN-FM to "Rock Around the Christmas Tree," if Tom the Turkey hasn't been properly stuffed?

What's your favorite Christmas carol? Do you prefer the holiday classics or more modern Christmas tunes? Let us know you think by voting in our poll and sharing your comments.

 

Ed Ridgway November 17, 2011 at 03:53 PM
Stations switch over to the Christmas format because it consistently spikes their ratings. It becomes a competition between them to be perceived as "the" Christmas music station. Personally, I don't want to hear it until that Thanksgiving drive to Grandmother's house - or maybe the ride home.
Selma Savitz November 17, 2011 at 05:24 PM
Sirius XM channel 147 spins holiday music by the likes of Crosby, Sinatra, Ella, Peggy Lee, Torme, Jo Stafford and other artists of the 'Great American Songbook' era. They bring style, musicianship and great arrangements to their performances no matter what they sing. To me, it is pure joy to hear them sing the songs of the season. Play on!
Lucy Bennett November 17, 2011 at 09:21 PM
Thanks Tom
Lucy Bennett November 17, 2011 at 09:21 PM
I'm not familiar with that album. Looks like it could be good. Thanks for sharing. Anyone else have a favorite holiday album to share?
Moe November 18, 2011 at 03:37 PM
I prefer to make my own Christmas music playlist from songs I personally like. Then I can play them anytime, anywhere by burning a CD, on an .mp3 player or computer. Radio is just too annoying nowadays.

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