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It’s a Christmas Miracle! Win Four of Our Favorite 2010 Albums

Listen, we know. As much as you love music, you’ve got to keep food on the table, gas in the tank, your kids in clothes, and enough change in the ashtray for consolatory trips to your local watering hole. It probably hasn’t gotten any easier lately, so we’ve put together a prize pack of four great 2010 albums for one of you.

It includes the following:

Joe Diffie’s Homecoming: The Bluegrass Album (review at The 9513)
Hellbound Glory’s Old Highs and New Lows (review here)
The Grascals’ The Famous Lefty Flynn’s (it’s pretty darn good)
Easton Corbin’s Easton Corbin (Post-It review here)

Bluegrass, outlaw, mainstream. Not many women (just Grascals banjoist Kristen Scott Benson), but that wasn’t by design.* All good stuff.

How to enter:
Down at the bottom right of every post, there’s a link to email the article to a friend. Just share any of our posts (old or new) with anyone you know using that link by December 23 and you’ll automatically be entered to win. Doesn’t matter what you share – it can be something we post over the next couple weeks, or an old favorite you dig out of our archives. (For example, Fake News gets shared around a lot.) If you want to keep it super simple, you can even share this contest post with someone else who might like to enter.

When you fill out the form, be sure to use your real email address so we can contact you if you win.

A winner will be selected at random and announced just in time for Christmas.

* By way of apology, here are two free Christmas songs from Boca Chica… by their own description, “a honky tonk song about getting dumped on Christmas and a folk pop ode to water freezing in your toilet because you have no heat in your house.” Now we’re even.

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