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Happy Holidays!

December 6, 2004

Happy Holidays from FolkAlley.com!
We've seen snow a couple of times now (and I'm sure there's more to come) and it seemed like the right time to have (almost) everyone pose for a holiday season staff photo. This is what we look like in hats. Peace, love and harmony y'all!

Posted by Ann VerWiebe at December 6, 2004 6:23 PM


Comments

What is "snow"?

Posted by: Jim Pipkin at December 7, 2004 3:20 PM

A very merry Christmas, Hannukah, etc., and a very happy (perhaps lucrative) New Year. Thanks for all the great music you've provided these past few years!

Posted by: Mike Lord at December 7, 2004 8:41 PM

uh, did I spell Hannukah right?...

Posted by: Mike Lord at December 7, 2004 8:43 PM

"snow" - a four-letter expletive describing the retribution the weather gods cast upon those poor unfortunate souls living in northern climes.

Posted by: David Schronce at December 7, 2004 9:56 PM

Hope to hear some Kingston Trio seasonal music this month - done a while ago but excellent music.

Posted by: D.R. MacIvor at December 7, 2004 10:46 PM

Happy holidays to you, Ann & all. Being a pagan (and I stress that's the original Heathen type - none of that silly Wiccan stuff, thank you!) I celebrate Winter Solstice on December 21st instead. Have you got any seasonal Pagan songs (they'll be all about Nature and the turning of the seasons - maybe you could play a version of Hunting the Wren?)?

Posted by: Jennifer Massey at December 8, 2004 8:14 AM

Ah, no David! "snow" is a blessing from the weather gods cast upon those lucky enough to live in the Rockies. Think snow!

Posted by: Joy at December 10, 2004 4:53 PM

I Like the photo...........(I'm new round here & it would be good to know who is who? Any clues?)

Anyway - keep up the good work & Solstice greetings to all.

(If you are looking for solstice type songs to play check out the Magna Carta Album "Seasons" -.......... good stuff)

Posted by: Brian Wisniewski at December 12, 2004 6:13 AM

JIM PLAYED A SONG THIS MORNING, GOOD NIGHT IRENE, BY WILLIE NELSON, THERESA WAS ROCKING THE GRAND BABY TRYING TO GET HIM TO NAP, WHEN SHE SMILED AND SAID I USED TO SING THAT TO THE KIDS WHEN THEY WERE BABIES TO GET THEM TO GO TO SLEEP, I REMEMBER THOSE DAYS WHEN WE WERE YOUNGER, THERESA AND I LOOKED AT EACH OTHER, AND JUST GRINNED, AND, VIPOLA GRANDBABY WAS ASLEEP. THANKS FOLKS...................DENNIS

Posted by: Dennis at December 12, 2004 9:36 AM

Merry Meet to you and yours! Great seeing a pic of yall..I too am new and would love to know who is who in it !

Posted by: Betsi Allen at December 15, 2004 9:47 AM

From left to right: Donna, Marybeth, Chuck, Jim, Bob, Sylvia, Al, Ann and Vince. I don't know who sent the boys the memo telling them to wear black jackets, maybe it's a guy thing. If the sun wasn't reflecting, you could probably see Jeff and Joe in the window behind Donna into the onair studio.

Posted by: Ann E VerWiebe at December 15, 2004 2:17 PM

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