Dec 6, 2015, 14:00

We have over 41,000 tracks covering every genre of music on ( ). Last week we highlighted our extensive collection of Christmas and Holiday music. Since we are still in the Holiday shopping season, we wanted to feature a single Holiday track that we think is worth checking out. This week’s featured track is “Attention Shoppers” by Jonathan Geer. This is a fun, upbeat, original Christmas tune perfect for commercials.

Attention Shoppers” (#00008041)

Track Description— “A fun, upbeat, original Christmas tune designed for 30 second commercials or radio spots. Orchestral music with jolly sleigh bells and chimes lead into a cute shopping music sound with bells, pizzicato”.

Track Metadata

  • Moods— Holiday, upbeat, fun
  • Instruments— Bells, flute, harp, strings, upright bass
  • Genres— Holiday, fun
  • Applications—Advertising

Length— 33 seconds.

About Jonathan Geer

JonathanGeerLocated in Austin, Texas, Jonathan Geer has been a member since April 2010. Jonathan has nearly 400 tracks online at Jonathan’s music has appeared on American Idol, So You Think You Can Dance, Access Hollywood, the 700 Club and numerous other shows.  He has also composed soundtracks for games appearing on Mac, PC, Nintendo DS and iPhone/iPad.

With over 41,000 tracks online in our production music library, ( has some of the best royalty-free music available anywhere.


Chris Cardell is the co-founder of, a royalty-free music marketplace with over 41,000 tracks online where media producers, video producers, filmmakers, game developers, advertisers, businesses and other music buyers can license high-quality, affordable royalty-free music from an online community of professional musicians. also provides custom music production and custom music streams. The entire production music library is available for third-party distribution and bulk licensing for background music for retail, restaurants, hotels and businesses, and for other commercial applications. Cardell has been involved with digital content and E-Commerce since the mid-1990’s.

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