With Halloween behind us, some are already in the Christmas spirit which means that you will be hearing Mariah's "All I Want for Christmas' way more than you want. However, that will not be the case in one Texas bar.  A dive bar in Dallas is prohibiting the song from being played before December. During the month of December, there will be a restriction of playing that song to only one time per night. This letter was taped to the Jukebox...



As reported by WHDH, The bar’s general manager, Laura Garrison, told CNN that she doesn’t hate Mariah Carey and she doesn’t hate Christmas, it’s just that the customers play the mega-hit too often and too soon before the holiday. I mean, she is not wrong. “Once we hear those twinkles, we run for the remote,” she said. “It’s really just a button that we press to skip.” A picture of the sign has gained a lot of attention online, including from Mariah Carey. Check out this tweet from Mariah...

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Bar owner, Garrison says the sign is really just a joke that is meant to be funny. It's nice to see some people still have a sense of humor.

TIMELESS CLASSIC:

For some, November 1st is the 'official start to Christmas and Mariah Carey appears the official song for many's Christmas Playlist.  The day after Halloween, Mariah's 1994 single 'All I Want for Christmas' has started her yearly rise to the top of the charts. Overnight, her iconic song has jumped into the top 200 on the US  iTunes charts and will soon be in the top 10 and possibly #1 again. It is hard to believe that Mariah still makes over $2 million dollars a year on that song.

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