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Watch: Possibly the funniest Christmas Music medley ever … really

Straight No Chaser Christmas Medley

Straight No Chaser performs their unique “12 Days of Christmas” for the first time, on December 7th, 1998, in the Musical Arts Center at Indiana University, in Bloomington, Indiana. For the most current tour dates, visit http://www.SNCmusic.com/tour Definitely hang to the end – it is sooo worth it.

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Watch: This awesome Christmas parody song is even more relevant this year

Most wonderful time in eight years

This parody video was released last Christmas, but President Donald Trump has achieved more for the Conservative cause than any president in a generation if not longer and it needed to be brought back out. Trump seated a true Conservative Justice on the Supreme Court, appointed more Conservative judges to the federal judiciary, got tax cuts passed, got rid of ...

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The Christmas Video You’ve Been Waiting For: Becky Kelley – Where’s the Line to See Jesus

Becky Kelly - Where is the Line to See Jesus

Becky Kelly’s amazing voice is only surpassed by the awesome message in the song. While everyone is rushing around in the spirit of Christmas, who’s actually stopping to honor it? Merry Christmas to all our readers and I hope you find some time to honor the Lord in your busy schedules.

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These are the Top 25 Christmas Songs for 2017

A professional organization analyzed Nielson data and found that Mariah Carey and Walter Afanasieff’s “All I Want for Christmas is You” topped the list of most popular Christmas songs for the 2017 season. According to an ASCAP analysis of streaming and terrestrial radio data, 1994’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You,” written by Walter Afanasieff and Mariah Carey, moves to #1, joining enduring ...

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Coldplay’s “A Head Full Of Dreams” Tour 3rd Highest Grossing Ever

Coldplay

Last night, Coldplay completed their massive, sold out “A Head Full Of Dreams Tour” in Buenos Aires, Argentina, making it the most successful worldwide outing of their career. Produced by Live Nation, it topped out as the third highest grossing global tour of all time with $523,033,675 in ticket sales.  Since its highly anticipated kickoff in March 2016, following Coldplay’s headline performance at the ...

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Chris Stapleton releases ‘Scarecrow in the Garden’ [audio]

Chris Stapleton

Award-winning songwriter and singer Chris Stapleton released Friday the single “Scarecrow in the Garden” from his upcoming album From a Room: Volume 2. Upcoming Chris Stapleton Tour Dates: Nov 10 Fri 7:00 PM Tampa, FL · MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre at the FL State Fairgrounds TICKETS Nov 11 Sat 7:00 PM Jacksonville, FL · Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena TICKETS Nov 12 Sun ...

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Robert Plant Announces New Tour and Releases New Single [video]

Robert Plant

Robert Plant announced Tuesday a North American tour next year and released a new single from his upcoming album. The tour will begin February 9 in Raleigh, North Carolina with tour dates in New York, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and other cities. Plant will be joined by the Sensational Space Shifters, his backing band. The former Led Zeppelin frontman also ...

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Artificial Intelligence Can Now Write Music and it’s not terrible

Taryn Southern Break Free

The jobs that were supposed to be safe from artificial intelligence are looking a lot less safe. The creative fields of storytelling, moviemaking and now music composition are being invaded by Skynet’s predecessor. Creativity was the last bastion of hope for human work. Jobs that required our innate ability to effectuate novel ideas were supposed to remain ours. Now, AI ...

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Papa Roach – HELP (Lyric Video)

Help - Papa Roach video

Check out the official lyric video for of ‘HELP’ by Papa Roach off their new upcoming album Crooked Teeth. Lyrics to Papa Roach ‘HELP’ I think I need help I’m drowning in myself Did someone turn the lights out Or is it just another dark cloud in my head? Cause I’m cut deep, my heart won’t beat Deep down low ...

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Joey Alexander – City Lights [in studio video]

Joey Alexander playing City Lights in studio

Many of you know I enjoy all kinds of music. Country, Rock, Classical and Jazz make-up the majority of what I listen to and this kid is something amazing. At 13 years of age, he has more ability and talent in his body than many will build in a lifetime of practicing jazz piano. I present to you, the amazing ...

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Evolution of Music

Pentatonix is one of the most talented groups of musicians. In this video, they take us through the evolution of music from the 11th Century to what they call music today.

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The Second American Revolution: The Music Playlist

The idea came from a Facebook conversation started by The D.C. Clothesline. This is the post: Just a random question. I was just talking with some people about musical tastes and we are all different. But if you could pick a theme song for the revolution what would it be? It can be obvious choices like the Star Spangled Banner ...

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Jabberwonky ObamaCare Failure is the Story – October 6th

When: Sunday, October 6th, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: Jabberwonky on Blog Talk Radio What: `Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe: All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe. Whether it’s “down the rabbit hole”, or “through the looking glass”, the world of politics is often referred to in the lexicon given ...

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Conservatism and Music

We politicize everything, it seems. Lately, it’s been seeping into the world of entertainment, particularly music. And if there’s one quick and easy way to make me furious, it is by screwing around in that arena. Anyone that pays attention to me on Twitter knows by now that I am a Spotify addict, but what they might not know is ...

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