The holiday jukebox from hell

Wednesday, December 24, 2008

How bad can Christmas songs get? Jack Grace, the Martini Cowboy, explores the lower depths of holiday music hell.

"I'm here to talk about atrocious music, plain and simple. At first it was against my nature to find music I wouldn't want to listen to, then it became a complete joy..."
— Jack Grace

Knight Rider Christmas
"If you have a 1983 mint condition 45 of this song, it's actually worth money, for all those David Hasselhoff fans."
— Jack Grace


"It's So Chic To Be Pregnant At Christmas" by Nancy White
"There is a little bit of relief on this one, in that this woman is a satirist."
— Jack Grace
Read the lyrics »

"Mister Russian, Please Don’t Shoot Down Santa’s Sleigh" by The Sensational Little Shana Lynette
"After lots of research, we're still looking to find out more about her [The Sensational Little Shana Lynette]."
— Jack Grace
Listen at musicalfruitcake.com »

"Please, Daddy (Don't Get Drunk On Christmas)" by John Denver
"This is a little bit different for John Denver."
— Jack Grace
Read the lyrics »

"A Toolbox Christmas" by Woody Phillips
"These are power tools."
— Jack Grace
Preview the CD at Amazon.com »

"Santa Claus Won't You Shoot My Boss" by Jack Grace, the Martini Cowboy
Listen to our own Jack Grace performing the new Christmas classic »

Discover more bad holiday songs at musicalfruitcake.com »
And there's more from Jack Grace at jackgrace.com »

Guests:

Jack Grace

Comments [2]

Lin

Shana did many other songs as well, even did a couple of albums. She was and is a talented singer. At the time she sang *Mr Russian*, she was 9 years old. Today she is a loving wife and mother living a happy private life.

Jan. 05 2009 10:17 PM
Jonathan

i'm worried about Jack! was he feeling all right?

it’s not like Jack to do an entire guest spot without mentioning his all-time favorite holiday song, “Do Dogs Know It’s Christmas?”.

please check on him.

thanks, Jonathan

Dec. 24 2008 08:02 AM

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