Introducing Vol. 7

November 11th, 2015 | News, Winter Is On My Head Vol. 7

The leaves are falling and the weather is changing, which means a new volume of Winter Is On My Head is right around the corner. Volume 7 has more artists than any of our previous albums and sounds absolutely fantastic. We will be releasing Vol. 7 through our website on Monday, November 23. We’ll be sharing more information with you as that date approaches. As usual the album will be available through our partners.


For now I’m happy to introduce the artwork for Winter Is On My Head, Vol. 7.

I’ve also created a cell phone lock screen and desktop wallpaper to help you get into the winter spirit.

Lock screen

Desktop wallpaper

What do you think of the new artwork? Let us know in the comments below, on Facebook or Twitter.

Announcement! We’re Partnerning With ABAN!

November 21st, 2014 | News

When you donate to Winter Is On My Head and download the album, the money you give will go straight to ABAN, an African women’s empowerment program. Support this great cause and our collaborating artists!   So what’s ABAN? In 2008, Rebecca Brandt sewed a bag that would eventually change lives in a community in […]

Stories: “Song #4” on World Cancer Day

Editor’s note: Stories is a new section of the blog where we share the ways that lives have been impacted by the Winter Is On My Head project.   February 4 is World Cancer Day, a day marked to raise awareness and improve knowledge around cancer. I don’t usually get into these sorts of things, […]

Vol. 5 Raised Over $20,000 for Charity

January 25th, 2014 | Blog, Winter Is On My Head Vol. 5

Thanks to our generous supporters, the project raised and donated OVER $20,000 to charities and communities throughout the United States. What a wonderful Christmas gift!

Music Video: The Gospel Whiskey Runners’ “Up on the Housetop”

When we found out we were getting an awesome tune from The Gospel Whiskey Runners, we were pretty stoked. When we found out that they recorded a music video of their song, “Up on a Housetop,” we were beside ourselves. Here’s how band leader Jerrod Turner described the making of this video: Friends knew we […]

Volume 5 is Now Available!

December 2nd, 2013 | Blog, News, Winter Is On My Head Vol. 5

The day is finally here!

To pick up your copy of Winter Is On My Head, Vol. 5 head over to the Download and Donate page. All proceeds go to City Harvest, an organization that helps feed the more than 1 million New Yorkers that face hunger each year.

I’d like to take a couple moments to talk you through the different ways you can get Vol. 5 and start enjoying the music.

Q&A: Steve Zank

December 1st, 2013 | Blog, Q&A, Winter Is On My Head Vol. 5

Winter Is On My Head is pleased to feature Steve Zank’s modern twist on an old hymn, “The Holly and the Ivy.” We got a chance to find out where he gets his eclectic and experimental influences.

Q&A: Ryan Musique

November 30th, 2013 | Blog, Q&A, Winter Is On My Head Vol. 5

Five-time veteran of Winter Is On My Head, Ryan Musique, brings a redesigned classic to Vol. 5. “Angels from the Realms of Glory” takes on a modern sense with electronic and ethereal sounds. We talked with Ryan about his music.

Q&A: Zach Williams (The Lone Bellow)

November 29th, 2013 | Blog, Q&A, Winter Is On My Head Vol. 5

Even with an incredibly busy fall/winter tour schedule, The Lone Bellow found the time to record an old country music Christmas tune, “Truckin’ Trees for Christmas” for Winter Is On My Head, Vol. 5. We were pretty happy to talk to Zach Williams, guitarist and lead vocals for the Bellows as they made their way to their next stop on the tour.

Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!

November 28th, 2013 | Winter Is On My Head Vol. 5

I am very thankful for all of the great and talented people who have lent their support and skills to make Winter Is On My Head so special. I’m especially thankful for Ryan Medina, Blake Flattley, Sarah Berson and Steve Zank. They are a fantastic staff who have done an amazing job and volunteered a ton of time and effort to help expand the project this year.

Finally, I’m thankful for you and for all of your support. It means so much to me that you are involved, liking the facebook page and spreading the word. It makes a huge difference in how much we are able to accomplish with the project and I’m truly grateful.

We can’t wait to share Vol. 5 with you Monday, but for today I hope you are able to enjoy excessive quantities of mashed potatoes and make some good memories with people close to you.

Warmest wishes,
Tim Bauer

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