I guess holiday music works

A. Joseph Ross joe@attorneyross.com
Thu Jan 7 23:38:21 EST 2010

On 7 Jan 2010 at 17:53, Donna Halper wrote:

> Doesn't shock me.  More than 92% of Massachusetts identifies as 
> Christian, so that's a lot of potential listeners, plus for many
> people, the music is a major part of the holiday season, even for
> those who are not specifically religious.  They identify it with
> gifts, and family and memories of childhood, and stuff like that. 
> Okay fine, it drives some of us crazy, but I understand it's very
> important to others, and when I consulted in markets that were
> overwhelmingly Christian, such as in the deep south, I recommended
> doing that too. 

I'm not Christian, and I've always liked Christmas music.  I don't 
seek it out these days, but back in high school I did during the 

For that matter, I was once surprised to hear a Chassidic rabbi tell 
me that he liked Christmas carols.  So it's not just Christians.

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