Christmas Song Of The Day 1
I wasn’t sure if I was going to have the time do this again this year, but after numerous emails from readers telling me how much they enjoyed it and requesting I do it again, here goes. I only hope I can make it as fun and entertaining as the previous years. So welcome to the third annual Bag Of Songs Christmas Song of The Day, for the next 25 Days right up until Christmas. Enjoy and Happy Holidays !
There was only one way to kick it off this year and that’s with what’s easily become the most talked about new Christmas album this year, the Christmas In The Heart collection from the one and only Mr. Bob Dylan. Buying a copy will help feed the hungry, as all of the proceeds go to the charities listed below. Check out a great interview by Bill Flanagan with Bob about the record here
Bob Dylan – Must Be Santa
Buy Christmas In The Heart
During this holiday season, Bob Dylan’s immediate donations from the Christmas In The Heart proceeds will provide 500,000 meals to school children in the developing world through the World Food Programme, 15,000 meals to homeless people in the United Kingdom through Crisis and more than 4 million meals to 1.4 million families in America through Feeding America.
Get further involved and take action in the fight against hunger by visiting any of the charities listed below.
US Fans – Feeding America
Feeding America provides low-income individuals and families with the fuel to survive and even thrive. Serving the entire United States, more than 200 member food banks supports 63,000 agencies that address hunger in all of its forms.
For more information on how to donate further visit http://www.feedingamerica.org
UK Fans – Crisis
Crisis is the United Kingdom’s national charity for single homeless people, dedicated to ending homelessness by delivering life-changing services and campaigning for change.
For more information on how to donate further visit
World Wide – WFP
The WFP is the world’s largest humanitarian organization fighting hunger worldwide, aiming to feed 108 million people in 74 countries in 2009.
For more information on how to donate further please visit http://wfp.org