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Jeff Michaels Releases Feel-Good Holiday Track “Green ‘n Red”

Look, we’ve all been feeling kind of down in the dumps since Election Day. It’s been a rough couple weeks and when you add in the stress of holiday shopping, rushing around to see family, and picking out the perfect gift, it’s pretty easy to forget the whole point of the holiday and all the joy it’s meant to bring. Boston singer-songwriter Jeff Michaels is looking to change all of that with the release of his feel-good holiday track, “Green ‘n Red,” which honestly sounds like it belongs in a…

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ALBUM REVIEW: Zachary Russell ‘An Acoustic Christmas’

The holidays are in full swing and now that December is upon us, we can finally start to enjoy all the Christmas music that is playing everywhere we go. Even though every song we hear is just a different rendition of the same song we heard ten minutes ago. Well, Musician Zachary Russell has just the solution for those Christmas song blues. Russell has released an entirely instrumental acoustic album just in time for the holidays titled An Acoustic Christmas. I was pretty intimidated when I realized this album was…

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Leading Us Absurd: When Did Christmas Music Start to Suck?

Our friends at Leading Us Absurd recently posted a great article about the evolution of Christmas music. Check out an excerpt below and the full article here. Every year around this time, we’re bombarded with Holiday-themed albums from major artists.  Neo-crooners like Michael Buble, Harry Connick, Jr. and Josh Groban have certainly attempted to capture the singing styles of Frank Sinatra and Bing Crosby over the years. They seem so intent on paying homage to the days of old, but the music itself doesn’t suggest this. It’s as like if…

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