Joe Hawley’s Sleigh Ride Invincibility Star
Suburban Sprawl Music, the other indie label from the Detroit area (Livonia, actually), who merged with Quack! Media back in 2007, released their annual holiday compilation. “Every year, various friends (from Michigan and beyond) use the SubSprawl Holiday comp as a way to have fun, write some totally sweet holiday songs, and collaborate.”
On it, Tally Hall’s own Joe Hawley has a short little ditty. It’s his take on the Christmas classic “Sleigh Ride.”
Short and sweet, it is, but I’m glad to see Joe’s not hanging up the proverbial music jacket in his proverbial closet.
You can learn more about the other tracks on the album here:
Thanks to Zach Curd for the heads up on this! He works for SSM/Quack and ALSO has a great tune on the compilation. If you live in the Detroit area, you may have heard his work already in various commercials.
Happy Holidays, everyone!
3 thoughts on “Joe Hawley’s Sleigh Ride Invincibility Star”
! I love the Suburban Sprawl Christmas thing, and I’m SO HAPPY that Joe did a strange thing! Super Mario 64 wing-cap theme in the bridge is hilarious and I don’t know why I didn’t anticipate that. I can’t wait to listen to the rest, I hope Paincakes are back!
or oh, of course that’s the star theme and not the wing cap theme. whatever.
…its actually the riding a shell theme…