holiday events

# 277 - The Post-Game Show (or The DJBC Unhappy Hour)


59:48 minutes (54.76 MB)

Tonight on the Show:
- The Game: The Revenge Tour comes to an abrupt halt, as the Buckeyes slaughter That Team Up North, 62-39. The most combined points in the rivalry history, and the most points scored by Ohio State in the history of the rivalry (surpassing the old record of 50, twice set by Woody Hayes: 1961 and 1968). What's next for Ohio State and Michigan. Was this Urban Meyer (and Dwayne Haskins)'s last game at the Shoe?
- The Weekend Warrior: The Final Weekend Warrior before Christmas Eve runs through Holiday Lighting events throughout the Columbus area, plus a couple of non-holiday events, such as Creative Mornings, The Sergeant Peppercorn Marathon, and Columbus Children's Theatre's Nat King Cole Fundraiser Concert.
- Giving Tuesday: #GivingTuesday is November 27. Donate online to http://www.wcrsfm.org, to help keep WCRS FM alive for future generations to come (I have Show # 300 to look forward to next year, so make that big donation!)

HOLIDAY EVENTS (November 26-December 3):
https://djbcadventures.tumblr.com/post/179869080972/2018-central-ohio-ho...
BEXLEY: Tree Lighting at Capital University (11/26 at 4PM); Bexley Holiday Hop (12/02 at Noon); City of Bexley Tree Lighting (12/02 at 4:30PM at Broad and Drexel), Capital University Menorah Lighting (12/02 at Dusk)
CANAL WINCHESTER: Christmas in the Village (11/30 & 12/01; Holiday Parade/Tree Lighting: 11/30)
CLINTONVILLE: HolidayVille! (12/02 at Noon)
DELAWARE: Tree Lighting (11/30 in Downtown Delaware)
DOWNTOWN COLUMBUS: Main Library/Topiary Park Light the Night (11/28 at 6PM at Columbus Main Library and Topiary Park), Winterfair (12/01 at 11AM at Bicentennial Park), Lazarus Santa Stop (12/01 at 11AM at OSU Urban Arts Space/Lazarus Building)
DUBLIN: Tree Lighting/Open House at Fletcher Coffman Homestead (11/29 at Dusk at Coffman Park), Holly Days in Historic Dublin (12/01 at 11AM)

The DJBC Holiday Standard of Dance Happy Hour


59:36 minutes (54.57 MB)

Tonight on the show, Holiday Songs from the Big Band Era and Recent Covers of Holiday Songs. But before that, the DJBC addresses the firing of former Michigan Head Coach Brady Hoke.

SONGS:
"Happy Holiday" - Bing Crosby
"Christmas Night in Harlem" - Jack Teegarden & Johnny Mercer (1934)
"Winter Weather" - Benny Goodman
"We Three Kings" - Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
"Brazilian Sleigh Bells" - Harry James
"Shake Hands with Santa Claus" - Louis Prima
"Warm in December" - Seth MacFarlane
"Rudolph Mambo" - Billy May
"Little Jack Frost, Get Lost" - Seth MacFarlane & Norah Jones
"Deck the Halls" - Chick Corea
"Sleigh Ride" - Myron Floren
"Exotic Night" - Martin Denny (1967)
"Ol' Saint Nicholas" - Doris Day
"White Christmas" - Fred Waring (1957)
"Swingin' Them Jingle Bells" - Fats Waller and His Rhythm (1936)
"Coventry Carol" - Elisabeth Schumann (1938)
"The Happiest Christmas Tree" - Nat King Cole
"Christmas Bells at Eventide" - Gracie Fields (1933)

What is your Holiday Soundtrack? What is/are the holiday song(s) that you cannot live without during the holiday season? Comment to the podcast below, or on our Facebook page, http://www.facebook.com/thedjbch2o.

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