Merry Christmas to me:
[Attention maneaters: Private eyes are watching you.]
The Hall & Oates "Christmas List" concert extravaganza lands at the Orpheum on December 8. The dynamic duo will sing selections from their re-released "Home for Christmas" album, including: "Jingle Bell Rock," "The Christmas Song," and one of my personal holiday favorites, "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear." A quick Ticketmaster search reveals that tickets are still available — how can it not be sold out yet?
["Dear everyone: Why don't you like us anymore?"]
At any rate, I'm personally holding out for a week or two more to buy tickets. I need confirmation that other hits will be played at this shindig. If they won't rock out to "Sara Smile" or "I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)," then I'm not shelling out a cool $39.50. Plain and simple.
And now Merry Christmas to you: I'll stop posting gratuitous photos of Hall & Oates. Although if you feel like I do, you can send an ecard to all your friends to notify them about this amazing holiday event.
Stephanie Callahan is a native Bostonian who loves cooking, traveling, spa treatments, and being on the ocean.
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