Tinsel Tunes has been bought to life by me – Duane Bailey, born out of an idea by Brian Earl of the Christmas Podcast Christmas Past (http://www.christmaspast.media) Go check him out! But before you go… A little bit about me and this podcast.
I am based in Hawkes Bay, New Zealand. I also run the Facebook page Christmas in New Zealand (https://www.facebook.com/christmasinnewzealand/) which is a New Zealand Christmas enthusiast page. We do have some international followers too.
Simply put – I love Christmas. I always have. And I love music (well most of it :)) I also play drums.
So I have decided to join them together in a podcast. I hope you’ll come and have a listen (and I hope you’ll like it) 🙂
Tinsel Tunes podcast goes into great detail about Christmas Tunes. Full of fun and interesting facts, it will get you into the Christmas Spirit. Hear about your favorite classics or modern songs. Learn about those songs that you dislike. The stories behind these are just as interesting. You may also find some new favorites and get a heads up on what will be new each season. Review us and get a free sticker. (contact me to let me know).
In 2006 I decided to put lights on the outside of my house and now it looks like this 🙂 I’ve since gone computerized with RGB Pixels. Follow the display on FB https://www.facebook.com/TownshendLights
And like this on the inside…
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