Cold is in the air, snow is on the ground, and the holidays are on people's minds. To celebrate the season, MIX 108 is bringing back our 24/7 commercial-free Christmas Music to our website and mobile app.
Are you in the Christmas spirit yet? Tree up? Gift shopping? Sometimes you can have a balsam fir shoved up your nose and bake more cookies than the Keebler Elves and still not quite be in the mood for the holidays. I've been there. I'm sure I could find some research that shows that listening to Christmas music will help get you there--but I'd rather just play around on Youtube for awhile, so
Every holiday season, musicians and celebrities try their hand at re-creating classic Christmas songs. More often than not, they are marginal at best. Rapper DMX tried his hand at renewing the classic, "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer", and the results were amazing.
The vote may still be out, but we’re gonna go ahead and call it: ‘All I Want For Christmas Is You’ is officially 2011′s most popular (and, depending on who you ask, overplayed) holiday song.
The Mariah Carey hit from 17 years ago is suddenly everywhere, no doubt bolstered by the remake the pop diva recently did with tween-sensation Justin Bieber. But even regular people are getting in on the act,
December is here, winter is in the air, and holiday tunes ring through stores and on the airwaves. Many people are pretty traditional with their holiday music selections - Bing Crosby, Perry Como, and Nat King Cole stand as favorites for many