I can't believe it's already December! Hope you're enjoying the season! Have you gotten a tree, yet? The Sounds of Christmas family is heading out this weekend to get ours! There's a wonderful family-run tree lot in town that we always go to, and I'm really looking forward to breathing in a lungful of that wonderful Christmas tree smell!
Before I get to this week's top ten, I'd like to thank everyone that has stopped by and tuned in already. As we enter into December, we have listeners in all 50 states, Washington, DC and 88 other countires!
We're still loading music, including new Christmas singles from Bryan Adams, the Killers, Red Wanting Blue, Simply Red's Mick Hucknall and R&B legend Eddie Floyd (just to mention a few)! You can hear sixty minutes' worth of the best of all the new Christmas music each weeknight at 7:00pm (Eastern) during the New Music Hour!
And don't forger to get in your requests for our All Request Hour! Weekdays at noon (Eastern), you'll hear an hour's worth of the highest-rated and most-requested songs. So if there's something you want to hear, make sure you send an email to me (or comment below), and I'll do my best to get it on for you!
Looks like lots of movement on this week's Top Ten. It's getting to the point now where this list changes almost every !
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I also wanted to mention that if you listen through our website, you don't have to stay on the page. If you click on the little double box in the upper right hand corner, the player will pop out, so you can go wherever you want on the web and still listen to the Sounds of Christmas!
So with all that said, here's this week's Top Ten...
1) Chris Squire "Run With The Fox”
2) Mannheim Steamroller "Catching Snowflakes On Your Tongue”
3) Harry Nilsson "Joy To The World”
4) Guster "Tiny Tree Christmas”
5) Josh and the Empty Pockets "Baby It's Cold Outside/Baby Please Come Home”
6) Bette Midler "Cool Yule”
7) The Waitresses "Christmas Wrapping"
8) Kenny Vance and the Plantones "Doo Wop Christmas”
9) Lisa Kessler "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer”
10) Huey Piano Smith and the Clowns "White Christmas Blues”
11) Carole King "Carol Of The Bells”
12) The Motels "Santa Baby"
13) Richard Marx "I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day"
14) Harry Connick Jr. "It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year”
15) Billy Joel "Christmas In Falujah”
16) Trans-Siberian Orchestra "Siberian Sleigh Ride”
17) Mulberry Lane "Christmas In The Car”
18) Beach Boys "Merry Christmas Baby”
19) Tina Lambert "Gabriel's Message”
20) The Pretenders "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas"
21) Eddie Money and Ronnie Spector "Everybody Love Christmas"
22) The Embers "I Love Christmas Music"
23) Sammy Davis Jr. "Christmas Time All Over The World"
24) The Payolas "Christmas Is Coming"
25) Lisa McClowry "Brand New Hallelujah"
Yes, I know there are twenty-five. Since we play so much more Christmas music than anyone else, I just thought our Top Ten list should be bigger, too!
Thanks so much for listening! And May You Always Believe In Santa Claus!