Up In This Brain 227: The 1st Podcast Day of Christmas 2015 (The Indiana Jones of Pop Music)

Hold on to your tinsel, folks! This episode features a world-premiere performance by the guru of podcasting and a really bad Bing Crosby impersonator. Also, an example of duality from the Indiana Jones of Pop Music and then, finally, my choice for the number one mod-ren Christmas classic.

Thank you all for joining in the countdown festivities and for listening to the podcast, reaching out and sharing the occasional tweet cloud with me this year.

I hope all of you have a fantastic Christmas!

I won't be around the onlines as much as I usually am from now until the kids return to school on January 5th, 2016 but you can tweet me @upinthisbrain and I bet I'll see it because checking Twitter while on the toilet is a habit I just can't break!

Up In This Brain 223: The 5th Podcast Day of Christmas 2015 (Milking the Teat of Christmas)

In this episode, two songs I picked out, all by myself, with no guidance from anyone or even the dogs.

In one week, it will all be over anyway! Merry Christmas!

You can Twitter me @upinthisbrain and you can email your Christmas Countdown dedications and requests (the slots are set but I might make a change for something really nifty!) to upinthisbrain@aol.com


Up In This Brain 222: The 6th Podcast Day of Christmas 2015 (He's in the chimney but he doesn't burn!)

In this episodes, two selections suggested by Scott of the Uncommon Sense Podcast. Thanks, Scott! The 2nd one is the best song I have played on the countdown so far!

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You can Twitter me @upinthisbrain and you can email your Christmas Countdown dedications and requests (the slots are set but I might make a change for something really nifty!) to upinthisbrain@aol.com

Up In This Brain 221: The 7th Podcast Day of Christmas 2015 (The Saskatchewan Show)

In this episode, we feature all things Saskatchewan because Steve from Saskatchewan requested the songs that you will be hearing. Merry Christmas to Steve and family and thanks for your requests. I would put a link here to Steve's podcast but I don't believe Steve has a podcast so I will just share a link to a radio station that Steve and I both know quite well!

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You can Twitter me @upinthisbrain and you can email your Christmas Countdown dedications and requests to upinthisbrain@aol.com. Only TWO slots remain!