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Gulf Coast Cowboy: December 18

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Are all of you ready for Christmas? I'm jealous of everyone who's taking a trip to Key West for their Christmas Vacation. If I could, I would, but, you know, I have a radio station to run. Since this will be the last Gulf Coast Cowboy of the year, we're dedicating this episode to Christmas! We hope everyone enjoys their holidays and you spend it with your loved ones.

1. Another White Christmas - Brent Burns

2. All Wrapped Up In Christmas - Brent Burns

3. A Sailor's Christmas - Jimmy Buffett

4. Boudreaux The Cajun Reindeer - Eric Stone

5. White Christmas - Bob Marley

6. (It's Gonna Be) A Merry, Merry Christmas - Brent Burns

7. We Wish You A Merry Christmas - Reggae All-Stars

8. Christmas In The Islands - Gene Mitchell

9. Calypso Christmas - Todd Sparks

10. Grandma Got Run Over By A Redneck - Eric Stone

11. Little Drummer Boy - Vince Charles

12. Christmas In Mexico - Brent Burns

13. Santa Claus Has Dreadlocks - Eric Stone

 

Christmas-time is here, and boy am I glad. I'll tell you why: Christmas music puts a smile on my face. So I picked a whole bunch of songs that put a smile on my face, and I hope they do the same for you! Starting off the show, a pair of songs from Brent Burns, "Another White Christmas" and "All Wrapped Up In Christmas". Following that, the ever-present Jimmy Buffet with "A Sailor's Christmas", then "Boudreaux the Cajun Reindeer" by Eric Stone. Tell Boudreaux, I could use some jambalaya. Up next is the legendary Bob Marley with "White Christmas", followed by another one by Brent Burns, "(It's Gonna Be) A Merry, Merry Christmas". "We Wish You A Merry Christmas' by the Reggae All-Stars is up next, followed by "Christmas In The Islands" by Gene Mitchell. I wish I was in the islands right now. "Calypso Christmas" by Todd Sparks, followed by another one by Eric Stone, "Grandma Got Run Over By A Redneck". One of my favorite Christmas songs! Up next is a classic, "Little Drummer Boy" by Vince Charles. To close out the show this week, we've got a couple of repeat offenders, "Christmas in Mexico" by Brent Burns and "Santa Claus Has Dreadlocks" by Eric Stone. Have a great Christmas and we'll see you next year!