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Eric Brace & Peter Cooper "Silent Night"

Happy Holly Jolly Holidays from all of us at Music Fog. As the year comes to a close, we wish you all good things for this very special time when we leave the minutia of everyday life behind to immerse ourselves in something grander, slower, and more glorious. The spirit of Christmas is in one’s heart. Hope you can spend time with people you love, enjoy the food and drink and companionship. Do something good for someone and be kind to all, especially yourself.

I am on an adventure! I am excited to be doing some end of the year rambling. I stopped by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland on Friday to tour the incredible IM Pei designed building. While there, I attempted to absorb as much of the history of rock and roll as I could in one day (which is simply impossible, a week wouldn’t be enough for me!). I was honored to use the studio to record an interview with Eddie Spaghetti on the making of the new Supersuckers record, Holdin’ The Bag. After pit stops to see dear friends, I am in Nashville and looking forward to returning to The MusicFest in Steamboat Springs, which is coming right up. Abbey Road and I will be there capturing audio moments with a full dance card of artists. You will be able to hear some of the songs from these sessions on my Sun Radio show, Monday through Friday from 11am to 3pm CT.

Today we bring you music from the Fog Bank. We originally published this on December 24, 2010 from Eric Brace and Peter Cooper. By the way, Peter has a new album out, Depot Light: Songs of Eric Taylor. That is a great point of entry to yet another amazing songwriter that indeed you should get to know. From Music Fog’s AmericanaFest 2010 sessions, here is “Silent Night,” written by Jon Byrd.

- Jessie Scott

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