Time for Christmas Music!

I am in the midst of papers, reading, and finals - so naturally the most logical thing to do is head down to Bellingham for some lovely and festive Christmas music! Bay Street Coffee is hosting both, yes, that’s right, both, Late Tuesday and John Van Deusen - this is an amazing combination folks! If you are in the area (or even if you aren’t!) on Wednesday (the 7th), come check it out. The show starts at 7:00pm and I don’t believe there is a cost, although you are to bring a coat, blanket, or food to donate. This is going to be an amazing show with two great bands and is well worth your time. I hope to see you there!

If you want to know more about the bands, either see their sites (linked above) or see my posts on John Van Deusen or Late Tuesday. And for your listening pleasure, here are two of Late Tuesday’s Christmas songs off their Christmas EP: This Holiday (3.05 MB) and Storybook Beautiful (3.57 MB). Enjoy!

-Matt Jones
לְחַיִּים 'To Life!'

  1. December 6th, 2005 at 20:20 | #1

    Hi Matt! Thanks for posting a comment to my Merry Christmas post on my blog. I see you are a Christian. Well, two days ago, I started a second blog called “God and Me”, url http://divinemusings.blogspot.com. I’d really appreciatie it if you’d stop by and give your opinion on what I’m writing there. The blog is strictly for me to deal with my love/hate relationship God. I only have two posts on it so far, but please stop from time to time and see what you think. I’d really like the input of someone who has a firmer grip on the divine than I do. Thanks in advance. Dwana

  2. December 6th, 2005 at 20:43 | #2

    One of the radio stations I listen to started playing Christmas music the Friday BEFORE Thanksgiving. Now I like Christmas carols, but _that’s_ overkill. It’s the Clearchannel one that always does Delilah at night. I must say her drivel is entertaining at times. :-P

  3. December 7th, 2005 at 13:25 | #3

    Thanks Dwana, I will check it out. :)

    Yeah, before Thanksgiving is a bit much. I don’t usually mind after Thanksgiving. Hah, I think I have heard her before and found her amusing. ;)

    So why do you like Christmas carols?

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