Where to Find Free Holiday Music

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Posted on 12/18/2013

Few things can get you in the holiday spirit more than eating a bag of red and green M&Ms and sipping egg nog. But if you're looking for something that's easier on your waistline and completely free, why not just listen to Christmas music? Here are some places to find free holiday music.

Pandora
Head to Pandora.com and turn up your speakers to jam out to your favorite Christmas music for free. The station even displays the song's lyrics as it plays so you can sing along. Because everyone knows the best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear.


Live365.com
Choose between more than 260 genres of music including dozens of holiday stations at live365.com. Whether you want to listen to Christian Christmas music, classical renditions or carols by the Muppets, there are stations to suit almost any taste. Most stations are free, although some fill up and access requires a VIP membership.


Free Amazon Holiday Songs
Amazon is offering 25 Days of Free Holiday Music. Every five days until December 21 you can download five free Christmas songs for free.


JingleBellJukebox.com
If you aren't too specific about the kind of holiday music you want pumping out of your speakers, head to jinglebelljukebox.com where free holiday music plays every day of the year. It's one station, but easy to use and songs are randomly sorted every time you reload the page. That means it never sounds exactly the same.


8tracks.com
Peruse 3,658 holiday playlists at 8tracks.com. Each playlist is short and usually contains only 8 songs, so if you need hours of streaming tunes for a party this may not be the best option. But if you're hoping to discover artists that perform holiday music besides Bing Crosby and Mariah Carey this is a great site to visit.


Songza
Tell Songza that you want to listen to holiday music and it will probe you for more information. The free streaming music site wants to know whether you're in the mood for the biggest Christmas hits or relaxing instrumentals. If you opt for instrumentals you'll be questioned further-- guitar, jazz or solo piano? But in the end you'll get exactly what you want and it's completely free.


By Alison Storm


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