Sacred Christmas music marathon

The online radio program Issues, Etc., is planning a marathon of sacred Christmas music beginning on Christmas Eve. You’ve got to love their promo:

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  • Helen K.

    I love it! Never did like most of the secular be bop stuff even as a kid. Just signed on so haven’t looked at the rest of the blog today.

    Merry, Merry Christmas, Everyone….in the wonderful name of our Redeemer.

  • Helen K.

    I love it! Never did like most of the secular be bop stuff even as a kid. Just signed on so haven’t looked at the rest of the blog today.

    Merry, Merry Christmas, Everyone….in the wonderful name of our Redeemer.

  • helen

    It’s good, too. I’ve had it on most of the day, church excepted. 🙂

    (For those with very long memories, some of the hymns are such as we used to sing, in German.)

  • helen

    It’s good, too. I’ve had it on most of the day, church excepted. 🙂

    (For those with very long memories, some of the hymns are such as we used to sing, in German.)

  • Tom Hering

    Volume levels have been all over the place, from barely audible to especially loud during announcements. Oh well.

  • Tom Hering

    Volume levels have been all over the place, from barely audible to especially loud during announcements. Oh well.

  • helen

    It seemed that the volume levels got better as they went along.
    Or did I not hear the quiet ones? 🙁

  • helen

    It seemed that the volume levels got better as they went along.
    Or did I not hear the quiet ones? 🙁