It’s T-Shirt Time: The Winners!

Everyone, put on your prettiest T-shirt. Because soon, there’ll be some fierce competition for the finest tee in the land. The crew at Murfie have randomly selected the five lucky duckies—from our pool of Holiday Giveaway participants—who get to don a super fresh Murfie T-shirt.

Congrats are in order to Erico, Steve, Adam, Marcos and Matt. High fives to all!

These good folks also snag $10 of store credit to use on murfie.com/shop.

If you failed to win the Murfie swag, don’t sweat it too much. Just keep a sharp eye on Promos + Giveaways here on our blog for all future contests.

‘Tis the Season for Holiday Albums

Before y’all get too tired of listening to seasonal tunes, let us plug a few festive records that offer a burst of holiday cheer. Best enjoyed in high spirits.

A Charlie Brown Christmas – Vince Guaraldi Trio
“Smooth sounds great for sipping eggnog or hot cider (both usually mixed with rum).” — Matt

Jingle Cats
“The perfect way to annoy your coworkers during the holidays.” — Glynnis

The Singing Saw at Christmastime – Julian Koster
“Best listened to when taking a walk outside in the snow!” — Daniella

A Very Special Christmas 3 – Various Artists
“I’m normally circle pitting around the Christmas tree while playing this record.” — Keith

A Christmas Gift for You from Phil Spector – Phil Spector
“I usually have this playing while decorating the tree.” — Pete

When My Heart Finds Christmas – Harry Connick Jr.
“Harry’s got a killer backup band, and I challenge anyone to find a holiday tune that’s more fun than ‘(It Must’ve Been Ol’) Santa Claus.'” — Leah

Holiday Giveaway: Pick An Album, Snag A T-Shirt

Warmest greetings of the season from the crew at Murfie. We’re crossing our fingers that you have a gingerbread, sleigh ride and hot cocoa filled holiday. As a warm and fuzzy thank-you for being our friend, we want YOU to have a Murfie T-shirt. (Plus, some Murfie store credit.)

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For a chance to win the tee and $10 of store credit, leave a comment to this post with your favorite holiday album before midnight CST on Monday, December 24, 2012 Tuesday, December 25, 2012. Be sure to fill in your name and email address (your email is not published). Please, one answer per email. Three things to keep in mind:

  1. You must include the link to the album page off Murfie. For example, https://www.murfie.com/albums/various-artists-an-old-world-christmas–2
  2. There will be FIVE winners! :) The winning entries will be picked at random.
  3. If you have a facebook or twitter account, please give a shout-out to this contest.

All of the winners will be notified by email during the week of December 24th. Good luck XO

Can’t. Stop. The. Christmas. Music.

Serious question. After the holidays are over and done with, how long is it socially acceptable to play Christmas music? Sometimes it’s really hard for me to put down the Mannheim Steamroller. And the Nat King Cole. And the Bublé. To be sure, holiday classics are difficult to say goodbye to – BUT I really don’t want to get a bad rep of being a holiday nut.

This is a serious problem, so please help by responding to the poll.