We are located in West Seattle on 38th Ave SW between Genesee and Dakota

Monday, December 8, 2014

Our Song List

One of our visitors suggested posting our list of songs.  So here they are:

1.  Joy to the World - (Seattle's own Bob Rivers Twisted Christmas version)
2.  Frosty the Snowman - (Jimmy Durante)
3.  Blue Christmas - (The King, Elvis)
4.  Little St. Nick - (The Beach Boys)
5.  Snowman/Summer Mashup - (a Medley of two songs from 'Frozen)
6.  Christmas (Baby Please Come Home) - (The Incredible Darlene Love)
7.  A Mad Russian's Christmas - (TSO's Nutcracker Medley)
8.  Let It Go - (Yes, the most popular song of the season from 'Frozen')
9.  Galloping Jingle Bells
10. Hot Chocolate - (from the movie 'Polar Express')
11. Carol of the Bells - Trans Siberian Orchastra)
12. It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas - (Johnny Mathis)
13. It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year - (Andy Williams)
14. Little Drummer Boy - (REO Speedwagon's rockin' version)
15. Toy Sack - (A 'Twisted Tune' from the Bob Rivers gang)
16. Polar Express - (Tom Hanks singing the movie's theme song)
17. Snowman/Summer Mashup - (Same as #5 above - Hey Frozen is hot)
18. Rudolph Overture - (Burl Ives)
19. Sleigh Ride - (Johnny Mathis)
20. Let It Go - (Same as #8 above - Frozen is very popular this year)
21. The Grinch
22. Wizards of Winter - (The Trans Siberian Orchastra classic)

The list will repeat until the end of the show.  The complete show
will run for over an hour.

Friday, September 19, 2014

Olaf Has Arrived!

Olaf has arrived at West Seattle and is currently undergoing training for the West Seattle Yuletide holiday show for 2014.  He will be singing and dancing to the music and generally having a good time.
Mrs. Claus (Cora) Welcoming Olaf, Sporting Their Top Hats and Scarves

Mrs. Claus (Cora) and Olaf and friend.

Olaf expects to begin his shows on the Friday after Thanksgiving and run through January 4, 2015 (the Sunday after New Years).   He plans on his shows beginning at about 5:00PM and run until about 10:00PM on weekdays and longer on Friday's, Saturdays, Christmas Eve and New Years Eve.