But I get it, the music can get repetitive and annoying after listening to the same ten songs for a month. BUT THAT'S WHY I DON'T LISTEN TO THE SAME TEN SONGS.
I usually use Pandora when it comes to listening to the radio. I get way better music and much more control over what type of music I'm listening to. So if you really want a nice blend of holiday music this year, you really need to just log in to Pandora and make sure you add these 5 stations. Each will give you something unique so you won't have to suffer from boring blah Christmas music once this year.
1. Let it snow! Let it snow! Let it snow! - Michael Buble
I'm a goner when it comes to Michel Buble, so it's no surprise that this is my favorite Pandora station. It has a great mix of more jazzy stations.
2. Mormon Tabernacle Choir (Holiday)
This is what I listen to when I want to remember and worship during the season. The MOTAB has some of the most glorious holiday music I've ever heard. I could listen to this station forever.
3. Mindy Gledhill (Holiday)
Last year, one of my favorite artists, Mindy Gledhill released a holiday album. I loved it. I listened to it almost every day while I was at work and I am still loving it this year. I like that her sound is different. This station is full of more indie/fold holiday music. It is simple. It is genuine.
4. Lindsey Stirling (Holiday)
Lindsey is another one that is not afraid to go out on a limb and make the music her own. She is a violinist, so you will very rarely hear singing on this station. Just pure beautiful instruments. Watch this video if you haven't seen it yet. You will be left with a sense of humility and awe.
5. the Disney Holiday Station
Ok so this station will drive Zac nuts. Full disclosure there. But it is perfect for kids. The chipmunks singing still cracks me up no matter how old I get and well it's Dinsey, so it belongs here on this list. Side note - this is a sponsored station so there are no annoying commercials if you are using the free Pandora.
Okay, well I am thinking you are a trooper if you read this whole post. Thank you for stopping by! Are there any stations or Holiday music that fills your heart this time of year? If so tell me! I want to hear about them!
Merry Christmas! and if you don't celebrate Christmas, I hope you are truly enjoying whatever holiday you celebrate this time of year.