The team talks about their favorite holiday jams from traditional to contemporary. .
With Guy Branum MaximumFun.org(http://www.guybranum.com), Wynter Mitchell (http://wyntermitchell.com), Margaret Wappler (http://www.margaretwappler.com) and Oliver Wang (http://www.margaretwappler.com)
Holiday Favorite Tunes
Waitresses’ Christmas Wrapping
Vince Guraldi’s Christmas is Here
Fiona Apple Frosty the Snowman
John Lennon War is Over
Wham Last Christmas
Barbra Streisand Jingle Bells
The Pogues Fairytale in New York
The Maccabeats Candlelight
Run DMC Christmas in Hollis
Wings Wonderful Christmas Time
Juice Crew Cold Chillin Christmas
Rufus Wainwright & Sharon Van Etten Baby It’s Cold Outside
The Temptations Silent Night
Nat King Cole The Christmas Song
Billy Elliot Broadway Soundtrack Merry Christmas Maggie Thatcher
Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings White Christmas
Mariah Carey All I Want for Christmas is You
Destiny’s Child 8 Days of Christmas
Favorite Piece of Holiday Culture
Guy Branum Avacado Nog, Rug Rats Chanukuh & The Ref
Wynter Mitchell Surviving Christmas, The Holiday and Bridget Jones Diary
Oliver Wang The Yule Log on Netflix
Margaret Wappler Elf, Smoked Turkey w/ Chutney Sauce & Star Wars
Each week we'll add everyone's jams to this handy Spotify List.
Wondering what to watch during your Fourth of July holiday? We've got you covered with plenty of great movie picks. Plus, we roll up our sleeves and brace ourselves for the Sly Stallone arm wrestling picture Over the Top.
Rob Halford is the legendary Metal God, and frontman of seminal heavy metal group Judas Priest. The band's hits include Breaking the Law, You've Got Another Thing Coming and Hell Bent For Leather. His new solo album is a heavy metal holiday celebration called Halford III: Winter Songs.(Halford Transcript)
Plus: Audrey Ewell and Aaron Aites moved to Norway to pursue their interest in that country's black metal scene. They discovered a story of extreme aesthetics, murder and church burning. The film they created, Until The Light Takes Us, follows two of the scene's scions. Gylve Nagell, known as "Fenriz," of the band Darkthrone, is a quiet, contemplative metalhead, deeply invested in the medium's aesthetics and rueful of what the scene has become. Varge Vikernes, known as "Count Grischnak," of the band Burzum is a distinct contrast. He's a charismatic and eloquent advocate of an extreme Norweigan nativist political and religious agenda. He's also a convicted murderer and church arsonist.(Ewell and Aites Transcript)
Celebrate the darkest days of winter with us!