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Updated Countdown Clock for 2016 Season



Attention Christmas music nerds:  The calendar may, indeed, say May.  But that doesn't mean it isn't time to interrupt your inboxes about Christmas music.  Check out the homepage of the "Can I Listen to Christmas Music?" project and you'll find a brand, spanking-new countdown clock.

We upgraded the clock this year to make it a responsive object and one that you can embed in your friendly blog or tumblr or what-have-you, if you are so inclined.  And...being subscribed to a Christmas Music countdown site, me thinks you're inclined.

Check it out here.  We've also pasted the official CILTCM countdown clock below, too, but we're not sure it will show up in email.   You *might* need to click here to see the clock in this full post.  Otherwise, enjoy below:


This year, we've called the *official* CILTCM date/time for Christmas music.  It is Tuesday, November 1, 2016 at 6:00 am Central Standard Time.  That gives us 10 hours after the close of Trick-or-Treating on Halloween to transition over and - without shame - start thinking about, and listening to Christmas music.

Oh...and, if you'd like to share this with your friends, send them here to subscribe to Can I Listen to Christmas Music via email.

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