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This Warm December: A Brushfire Holiday Vol. 2

by Various Artists

This Warm December: A Brushfire Holiday Vol. 2 by Various Artists

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This Warm December: A Brushfire Holiday Vol. 2

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Label: Brushfire Records, Inc.
If you're a fan of both adult-alternative pop and holiday music, then you should definitely sip a little eggnog and get mellow with This Warm December, A Brushfire Holiday Vol. 2. In addition to a pair of tracks from label founder Jack Johnson, this sequel compilation features selections from most of Brushfire's roster, including G. Love, Money Mark, Matt Costa, Rogue Wave and Zach Gill. However, the artist who steals the show is one Paula Fuga. A unique Hawaiian soul singer who collaborates fairly frequently with Johnson, she turns in a pleasant ditty by the name of "Winter Swell Blues."

About This Album

If you're a fan of both adult-alternative pop and holiday music, then you should definitely sip a little eggnog and get mellow with This Warm December, A Brushfire Holiday Vol. 2. In addition to a pair of tracks from label founder Jack Johnson, this sequel compilation features selections from most of Brushfire's roster, including G. Love, Money Mark, Matt Costa, Rogue Wave and Zach Gill. However, the artist who steals the show is one Paula Fuga. A unique Hawaiian soul singer who collaborates fairly frequently with Johnson, she turns in a pleasant ditty by the name of "Winter Swell Blues."

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About This Album

If you're a fan of both adult-alternative pop and holiday music, then you should definitely sip a little eggnog and get mellow with This Warm December, A Brushfire Holiday Vol. 2. In addition to a pair of tracks from label founder Jack Johnson, this sequel compilation features selections from most of Brushfire's roster, including G. Love, Money Mark, Matt Costa, Rogue Wave and Zach Gill. However, the artist who steals the show is one Paula Fuga. A unique Hawaiian soul singer who collaborates fairly frequently with Johnson, she turns in a pleasant ditty by the name of "Winter Swell Blues."