Radio Hanukkah == Radio Not-Christmas

The other day I heard an ad (yes, an ad) on XM for Radio Hanukkah. Cool, I thought, and tried to tune it in. After a few false starts (I kept getting a message that I wasn’t authorized to play the stream and then online streaming stopped completely), I was able to tune it in. We started listening to it while lighting the candles and thought it was cool to have Hanukkah tunes, but unfortunately there isn’t enough Hanukkah music to fill a full station. XM Radio has decided to play all music that is Jewish, like “Going to Israel”, “Eliyahu Hanavi”, etc.

There are some pretty funny songs like a Hanukkah song to the tune of an Outkast song. I haven’t heard Adam Sandler’s Hanukkah songs, yet; they’re always a crack up.

Oh well, at least I don’t have to listen to endless repeats of Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.

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