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Our Spotify Christmas Song List Needs Your Favorite Song

December 12, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Don’t we live in a great time of technology and tools?  One of the great new tools we’re embracing on Rockin With The Cross is an app called Spotify.  Spotify is a free (with ads) music service (like pandora or last.fm) that gives you access to an enormous archive of music (hey, that’s what we do!).  One of the great things about Spotify is you can create and share song lists (I’m sensing some synergy here!)

So we started creating some song lists to share with you!

We have already linked up our Top 25, the newly added songs, and the request list on our website.  We’ve also created some extra lists of newly released worship music and the new Christmas albums for 2011.

But since we enjoy giving andreceiving, we want to hear what your favorite Christmas songs are!  We have created a list on Spotify that allows you to add your favorite song.  You’ll need to do a few simple steps.

  1. Open Spotify to our “Add Your Favorite Christmas Song” list
  2. Subscribe to the list, so you can add your song
  3. Find your favorite Christmas song and drag it to the list
  4. Now we can all enjoy your song

Here are some links to our Spotify Song Lists:

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  1. Steve Hendley
    February 20, 2012 at 2:43 pm

    Any plans to include an Android app?

    • February 21, 2012 at 5:01 pm

      The android app is coming, but can’t say exactly when.

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