Silly Christmas Music Show

Tonight’s show featured everything from the ridiculous to the silly to the almost traditional. From the depths of Tiny Tim’s rendition of “Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer” to the ethereal beauty of “Silent Night” on the Great Stalacpipe Organ, please enjoy and have a great holiday.

In the next few weeks we will welcome guests such as our good friend Bob Emenegger and also Rob Sterling of the Konformist website and newsletter. Other guests will be announced as they are confirmed.

PS – Here’s one of my favorite Christmas comedy bits by Patton Oswalt.

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10 Responses to Silly Christmas Music Show

  1. Joe says:

    Will you be doing a Jim Moseley tribute show?

  2. Hope you had a wonderful Xmas, Greg & Walter 🙂

  3. Indridi I. Kaldtsen says:

    Merry Christmas Greg et al!

    I never saw a purple cow, I hope I never will
    But I can tell you, anyhow, I’d rather SEE than BE one!

    (Still working on my retro-alchemical “Frosty the Wolfman” carol, I’ll get back to you on that one)

    Yes, Jim Moseley must be avenged, and remembered. Never forget. It is not too late, the corpse is basically still warm, what’s it been now, 40 days? Some cultures have wakes that last longer than that. Then again, maybe it would be appropriate to “rob the grave” so to speak, and wait a little while.

    Great Christmas music, and the George W. reading was classic, reminds me somehow of that Reagan “poison meat” audio from CotSG or some affiliate way back when, although that was pure editing, and it seems George W. did actually flub a lot of the lines, or did he? The answer may surprise me.

  4. John Randall says:

    Thanks Greg ! It was a fun listen.Happy holidays and stuff like that there.

  5. eep, by now it’s “Happy New Year!”

    Great holiday show with many family favorites ‘ “Waling Round In Women’s Undies” for dad, the Jingle Dogs for mom, Christmas kitties for Mr. E………

    But i didn’t hear this one – i think you will like! We hail from Chuckchansi country, the most beautiful land in the world, so of course we get a kick out of it:

    to quote myself – “Five hundred years on, contact is still a fraught business. Still, Santa stays true to his shamanistic roots and provides bounty for everyone in the family, even in the most difficult – nay, dire – of circumstances.” ho! Best Wishes to you, your family, and all the misteriosi out there, steph

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