Party on, snowdude. For all people.
Leaning on Frosty a bit hard Monika Herzig polishes up some freestyle jazz for “Ballad for a Snowman.” Cool.
Blinded wants “Dear Mr. Snowman” to come in and dance. It’s a come on–he wants a friend. Folk fusion fun.
The Teds more reliably warn “Hey Snowman” don’t come inside. Slight pop.
Cameron Blake sings “Fireman Snowman” as an entry in the coffeeshop poetry finals. Folk dada.
Pierre Komin has a zydeco take for “Charlie was a Snowman.” It’s a love song.
Po’ folk in the South need snowmen, too. “Dirty Little Snowman” is warbling country from Catherine Irwin what might break yo heart.
Seemingly praying to the great “Mr. Snowman.” Thomas Wall Band asks, in an experimentally folk way, for it to snow. It’s to make the children happy, but… cause? effect? hunh?
John Prine’s got this. In his own style of country folk he reaveals “Humidity Built the Snowman.” It’s not a jolly jubilee, though. is it?
Soulful blues/country from Dragon Rock (feat. Ray Sharp) mashes up ‘Wizard of Oz’ with our flurried friend in the heartbreaking “I’m a Snowman.” Help him, Wizard!
Pickin’ and shiverin’, PigPen Theater Co. delineates “The Snowman’s Song” as one more snowball on the pile. Fine folk.
Cornball country from Hank Thompson in “Mr. & Mrs. Snowman.” But they have separate snow banks.
Chuck E. Cheese is not known for their hit songs, but i like this country thrasher from robodog Jasper. “Jasper’s Snowman” thus rises from the children’s clutter and is anointed proper pop from your chilly host. Rock it, J-Dog!