Net Radio Group Christmas Countdown

It’s that time of year once again. It hardly seems like yesterday since we were partying to last year’s chart!

The Net Radio Group Listener Top 100 ‘Christmas Countdown is now in it’s 3rd year, but already is becoming a tradition, rather like a new pair of slippers, although much more exciting!

So, on Saturday, 23 December at 12pm UK time, 7am US Eastern for 10 hours Treehouse Radio and The Phoenix will play the entire chart as voted for by you!

To that end, we nneed your participation, or it’s going to be a pretty dull affair like a party at Mary and Ida’s house.

All you have to do is e-mail your top 5 favorite Christmas songs to and we’ll do the rest!

If you can put your top 5 in order of preference that would be fabulous, but it’s more important that we just get your 5 if you can’t decide!

Then all you have to do is tune in on 23 December to hear if one of your choices has made the top 100!

Get it done sooner rather than later or you’ll forget and the deadline is midnight UK time, 7pm US Eastern on Tuesday, 19 December, that’s after Music By Starlight on Treehouse and mellow Love on The Phoenix.

In case you’re scratching your head wondering what the hell to choose, we’ve included last year’s chart below as a quick memory jolt.

That e-mail address again is

This is just the first event of the Christmas season across the Net Radio Group, we have lots more planned to keep you entertained.

NetRadio Christmas Top 100, 2016

Here is last year’s chart which might prod your memory bank!

1. Amanda Hall, Holly Jolly Christmas.
2. Roger and Debbi Williamson, please come home to MaryLand for Christmas.
3. The pogues, (feat Kirsty MacColl, FairyTale of NewYork.
4. Bing Crosby, white christmas.
5. Point of Grace, o holy night.
6. Slade, Merry christmas everybody.
7. Chris Rea, driving home for christmas.
8. Johnny Mathis, when a child is born.
9. Angie Matney, have yourself a merry little christmas.
10. Chris De Burgh, a spaceman came travvelling.
11. Roy Wood and Wizzard, I wish it could be christmas every day.
12. The Waitresses, Christmas wrapping.
13. John Lennon, happy Christmas war is over.
14. Dana, it’s gonna be a cold cold Christmas.
15. Greg Lake, I believe in Father Christmas.
16. BandAid, do they know it’s Christmas.
17. Dar Williams, the Christians and the Paigens.
18. Elton John, Step into Christmas.
19. Shawn Phillips, a Christmas song.
20. Dean Martin, Let it snow.
21. Jona Lewie, stop the cavalry.
22. Christopher Cross, the best Christmas.
23. the Carpenters, merry Christmas darling.
24. Nat King Cole,the Christmas song.
25. Lou Monte, Dominic the Donkey.
26. Dan Fogelberg, Another old lang syne.
27. Alan Jackson, let it be Christmas.
28. Wilson Philips, Silver bells.
29. Gilbert O’sullivan, A Christmas song.
30. Straight no chaser, text me Merry Christmas.
31. Alid jones, Candlelit Carole.
32. Gayla Peevey, I want a hippopotamus for Christmas.
33. Straight no chaser, the 12 days of Christmas.
34. Jethro Tull, ring out solstice bells.
35. Emerald Rose, santa Clause is Pagan.
36. LoneStar, Santa Claus is coming to town.
37. Cliff Richard, Mistletoe and Wine.
38. Whamm, last Christmas.
39. Annie Lennox, , Universal child.
40. Frankie goes to HollyWood, the power of love.
41. Elvis Presley, blue Christmas.
42. the Pretenders, 2000 miles.
43. the Eagles, please come home for Christmas.
44. PodSafe for Peace, if every day were Christmas.
45. Brenda Lea, rockin around the Christmas tree.
46. Mariah Carey, all I want for Christmas is you.
47. Mud, Lonely this Christmas.
48. Amy Grant, sleigh ride.
49. The PetShop Boys, it doesn’t often snow at Christmas.
50. celine dion, happy Christmas, war is over.
51. The Beach Boys, little St nick.
52. the Goodies, Father Christmas, do not touch me.
53. Kelly Clarkson, underneath the tree.
54. Cliff Richard, Saviours day.
55. girls aloud, not tonight Santa.
56. Eartha Kitt, santa baby.
57. Michael Buble,I’ll be home for christmas.
58. Bing Crosby, David Bowie, peace on earth and Little Drumber boy.
59. Mel and Kim, rockin around the Christmas tree.
60, Melanie Thornton, wonderful dream.
61. Leiona Lewis, one more sleep.
62. Freiheit, keeping the dream alive.
63. celine dion, , o holy night.
64. George michael, December song.
65. Bobby Helm, jingle Bell rock.
66. Showaddywaddy, hey mr christmas.
67. Bon Jovi, please come home for Christmas.
68. Josh Groban, the Christmas song.
69, Shakin Stevens, Merry Christmas everyone.
70. The Ronnetts, sleigh ride.
71. Lady Antibelum, all I want ffor Christmas is you.
72. Joan Biez, o come o come imanuel.
73, Bob Dylan, it must be Santa.
74, Annie Lennox, in the bleak mid windter.
75. New song, the Christmas Shoes.
76. Elton John, cold as Christmas.
77. Mike Oldfield, in dulci Jubilo.
78, Frank Sinatra, have yourself a merry little christmas.
79. Brenda Lee, JimgleBell Rock.
80. The wombles, wombling Merry Christmas.
81. Madonna, Santa Baby.
82. the Eurithmics, Winter wonderland.
83. Michael Buble, Holly Jolly christmas.
84. Josh Groban, thankful.
85. Grandma got molested at the airport!
86. Hayley Westenra, Mary did you know.
87. Boney M, Mary’s Boychild.
88. Bob Rivers, ChipMonks roasting on an open fire.
89. Lady Antibelum, on this winters night.
90. annie Lennox, o little town.
91. East 17, stay another day.
92, indigo girls, still my joy…
93. Gloria Estafan, christmas through your eyes.
94. Paul McCartney, wonderful Christmas time.
95. Rachael and Sarah, silver bells.
96. Andy Williams, it’s the most wonderful time of the year.
97. the Carpenters, have yourself a merry little Christmas.
98. Spike joans , all I want for christmas is me two front teath.
99. Cliff Richard, daddy’s home.
100. scouting for girls, christmas in the air.

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