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It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Free Xmas Music

Want to get into the Christmas spirit with some Christmas jingles? There are websites you can log onto and with one click, you can get yourself into a festive mood with free holiday music. The sites stream a large selection, so pick your favorites and happy listening!

1. Jingle Bell Jukebox

With Jingle Bell Jukebox, you can stream and listen to whole albums of Christmas music. The archive includes nine entire albums, including classics such as “My Kind of Christmas” by Dean Martin, “White Christmas” by Bing Crosby, and “A Christmas Album” by Christian singer Amy Grant. Features include skipping between songs and albums, and every album is played on a loop.

2. Last.fm Xmas Radio

You don’t need an account to listen to free Christmas music on Last.fm radio stations, which is a relief to some listeners. Visitors to the site can use either the radio station they are linked to or do a search for their own. The other Last.fm Christmas-themed stations offer Christmas songs in different languages: German – Weihnachten, French – Noël or Spanish – Navidad. And if you hear a certain song that makes you shiver, like The Waitresses “Merry Christmas,” you can block it. But for that option, you must create and account and log in.

3. Christmas Radio

The Christmas Radio site is by far the least complicated online place to stream free online holiday jingles. Listeners can pick from a number of different stations (nine total) that are all Christmas-themed. Choices include a Top 40 of Christmas songs, a classics Christmas station and Christmas rock songs. The site streams free music through the JW FLV Media Player.

4. AccuHolidays

AccuHolidays has a lot of features that other free online streaming sites don’t offer, including an option that allows listeners to “build your own music mix,” which is basically a personalized Christmas playlist. They have a big catalog of holiday music radio stations, such as Celtic Christmas, Broadway Holiday, Quiet Christmas Eve, and Blue and White Christmas. Visitors pick a station on the site to launch the player, which in turns displays the song they’re currently listening to and they can switch between channels and block certain artists.

5. Radioio Holiday Channels

In the last few years, Radioio has launched three channels strictly dedicated to Christmas music. They are Christmas Traditions (classics), Country Christmas (country covers), and Today’s Christmas (modern Christmas tunes). The online player is easy to use, and listeners can pick either a 64 or 32 bitrate, view which song is currently being played, view what songs were recently played, and easily and rapidly switch to a different holiday channel Radioio offers by scrolling through a menu located on the left hand of the screen under “menu.”

So whether you’re into the Christmas classic crooners or your favorite pop stars covering the crooner, just hop online and pick one of the many stations that stream Christmas music favorites — both old and new.

Author Bio:- Mary Thomas is an avid traveler who has experienced the holidays in many areas of the world. Christmas Music is such a source of enjoyment for all during the holiday season. Popular Christmas Music, traditional hymns, children’s songs and carols can be found at Christmassongs.org.

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  • Samson O Abiodun

    November 22, 2011, 1:14 pm

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