Late Late Night FDL: Merry Christmas From The Family

By: Wednesday December 1, 2010 10:00 pm

Robert Earl KeenMerry Christmas From The Family.

It’s December 1st and time to kick off the annual Late Late Night FDL pushback against all those traditional Christmas songs we have been hearing since Halloween. I’ve been scouring YouTube for the past couple of weeks trying to amass a collection of old and new non-traditional songs but I’m sure that I’ve missed some great tunes. Drop a link to your favorites in the comments and it just might get featured in a future LLN post.

Hard Times: Democracy and Song

By: Sunday October 10, 2010 9:30 am

The rhythms, melodies and lyrics of popular music can lift us out of the present, feed our desire for collective joy, and give us a private and comfortable escape. They can also enlighten hearts and minds. Song can celebrate our common humanity and bring us together for common purpose, as when civil rights marchers sang “We Shall Overcome.”

Late Late Night FDL: From The Family

By: Tuesday December 1, 2009 10:00 pm

Yup — it’s that time again. Let’s start the season with a classic non-traditional Christmas tune: Robert Earl KeenMerry Christmas From The Family.

Late Late Nite FDL: Merry Christmas From The Family

By: Sunday December 21, 2008 10:00 pm

Robert Earl KeenMerry Christmas From The Family.

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h/t DrDick

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