RAZZBARRY  WANTS YOU HAVE “A VERY RAZZBARRY CHRISTMAS “

With free Christmas music performed by The Great Transparency, Code of Ethics and Temple Veil.

Razzbarry would like to wish everyone A Very Razzbarry Christmas.

A VERY RAZZBARRY CHRISTMAS is a four song compilation of favorite Holiday Tunes as performed by Razzbarry Artist, The Great Transparency, Temple Veil, and Code of Ethics.

This will be available for free at www.noisetrade.com/razzbarry on Tuesday Nov. 13

From all of us at RAZZBARRY have a blessed Holiday season and Happy New Year.

ABOUT RAZZBARRY RECORDS

Razzbarry (Jacksonville, Florida) is an independent label and management company founded by Barry Blaze in 2007. Their current roster includes The Great Transparency, Temple Veil, Code of Ethics, and Blaze’s solo worship venture as Barry Blaze.

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