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Great Free Music Downloads!

Posted on Thursday, July 23rd, 2009 at 4:09 pm
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Wow, we are getting plenty of these free music downloads. Isn’t it great? MyiTunes is certainly filling up with some great music. I keep playing two of my free favorites over and over again: Bubbly by Coco and 99 Times from Kate Voegele.

Here is another favorite that I would make great dinner music. It is a download of a CD of Christian piano music. You can download five free songs right off the bat, or if you want all ten songs, you can provide the email addresses of three friends and share this freebie. The artist is Greg Howlett, and the CD is Portraits of Hope. Here you go.

Lollapallooza is coming to Chicago in August. In honor of the event, you can get 15 free songs on iTunes to sample from some of the bands that will be performing. You’ll need to go to the iTunes Store and click “Redeem” under the quick links. Then enter to code on the Lollapallooza website, and your download will begin. Here is the link.

Get a free Jonas Brothers song courtesy of Walmart. Enter the claim code JONAS to get a free download of Lovebug. Here is the link. First free samples and now free downloads. Whoo hoo!

You can also check out the other freebies that I’ve found.

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