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Jack Johnson and Brushfire Records have recorded their first ever Christmas album, with some of the proceeds to go to charity.

This Warm December, a Brushfire Holiday Vol. 1, is a collection of reinterpreted holiday classics performed by Jack Johnson and the entire Brushfire family, including Mason Jennings, Matt Costa, Zee Avi, and G. Love and many more. 25% of the profits from the album will go towards children’s music education.

“We’re happy that we can help spread some joy with these holiday songs this year,” said Johnson, who sings two songs on the album – Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer and Stevie Wonder’s Someday at Christmas. “It’s nice to have everyone on the label on one record. We also thought it was a good opportunity to raise funds for music education for kids. Happy Holidays and have a great New Year.”

Selections from the album – which is being released today, November 11 – can be found at www.ilike.com, and is available from amazon.com.

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