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Seasons Greetings

 ‘Tis the season to kick back, relive memories of Christmases past and enjoy family and friends.

As always, Boomtown America has a great selection of those oldies but goodies you love so well. But we’ve also added a sprinkling of holiday songs both past and present to help make your yuletide bright.

Enjoy!

  • This Day in Rock History - Dec. 1st

     

     1957: This was a great day to be watching The Ed Sullivan Show. Three musical acts made their national TV debuts on that show: Buddy Holly & the Crickets (performing “That’ll Be the Day”), Sam Cooke (“You Send Me”) and the Rays (“Silhouettes”).

     

     

     

     

This Day in Rock History - Nov. 21st

1974: After spending years apart, Marty Balin is talked into going onstage with his old band (once known as Jefferson Airplane -- now called Jefferson Starship) at San Francisco’s Winterland ballroom. It goes well and Marty officially rejoins the band for their super-successful Red Octopus album.