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Christmas

Aerosmith - Rockin’ On Top Of The World 

Band Aid - Do They Know It’s Christmas? 

Bon Jovi - I Wish Everyday Could Be Like Christmas 

Cheap Trick - Merry Christmas Darlings 

Def Leppard - We All Need Christmas 

Dokken - Santa Claus Is Coming To Town 

Eagles - Please Come Home For Christmas 

Extreme - Christmas Time Again 

Firehouse - Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree 

L. Ford / C. Currie - Rock This Christmas Down 

Sammy Hagar - Santa's Going South For Christmas 

Heart - Blue Christmas 

Billy Idol - On Christmas Day 

Elton John - Step Into Christmas

Judas Priest - Oh Holy Night 

John Lennon - Happy Xmas (War Is Over) 

Lynyrd Skynyrd - Santa's Messin' With The Kid 

Paul McCartney - Wonderful Christmastime 

Nelson - Jingle Bell Rock 

Stevie Nicks - Silent Night 

Queen - Thank God It’s Christmas 

Queensrÿche - Silver Bells 

Ramones - Merry Christmas 

Slade - Merry Xmas Everybody 

Billy Squier - Christmas Is The Time

Rod Stewart - Let It Snow! 

Stryper - Winter Wonderland 

Thin Lizzy - A Merry Jingle

Twisted Sister - I’ll Be Home For Christmas 

Warrant - Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

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Joseph Worley (Owner & CEO of CIRCUS Magazine) has had a lifetime in the music scene. His past includes: decades as a performing / recording musician, twelve years in record store management, radio broadcasting and several other areas of business.

He became the owner of: the CIRCUS Magazine name; the CIRCUS broadway font logo;

the CIRCUS Magazine company; the CIRCUS Magazine website; the CIRCUS Magazine social media network;

and other CIRCUS Magazine related property in 2009 -- three years after the previous owner

lost CIRCUS Magazine to foreclosure.

Below he answers some fan questions. Submit yours here.

“ARE YOU OUT THERE?!” (Phil Lynott) 

  1. Q: “Can I get CIRCUS Magazine at the newsstand?” 

            A: While working in bookstores, I learned all of the ways that magazine companies were being stolen from and I’m determined to not let that happen to CIRCUS. When our quarterly issues begin, they’ll be available through online ordering only for the first year. Then we’ll try sending a few copies to outlets. 

 

    2. Q: "Why watermarks?"

            A: Using a watermark shows that these pages came from us, the official CIRCUS Magazine. Without them, a number of Circus “tribute” sites would quickly copy and use those images for their own benefit without crediting the source.

    3. Q: "I hope the DVD-ROM of Circus Magazine is coming out soon, as well as some special retrospective issue. Creem Magazine is doing all of this, but Circus Magazine was my favorite."

           A: CREEM Magazine was only around from 1969 - 1989, just 20 years, compared to CIRCUS' 40 years of publications, (1966 - 2006). So it's a M-U-C-H bigger job than what CREEM has done. Keep that in mind along with the other factors that are going on between the two owners of CIRCUS Magazine (GR and JW) - some of which I can speak of and other problems that I can't. We have what we need to complete the job. It's the final negotiations that are being worked out.