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Get free MP3 music with your library card!

Posted on April 10, 2013 at 2:17 PM

The library has recently joined a new music download service called Freegal. With your library card, you can get up to three free MP3 songs a week. Instead of having to return them when you are finished, you get to keep them. (Yes, you did read that correctly; you get to keep them…forever!)

There are millions of songs available by some of today’s most popular artists, such as Kelly Clarkson, P!nk, Carrie Underwood, Justin Timberlake, and lots more.

To get music, simply go to our Freegal music page. You’ll need to enter your library card number and pin number. Browse through classical music, rock, pop, country, or try to find some of your old favorites. With one easy click you can then download the music to your computer and transfer to your MP3 player. If you prefer, Freegal also has an app for Apple and Android.

Then enjoy listening to your free music anytime you’d like!



Tags: Freegal, Music
Category: Movies & Music

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Written by Emily Marshall

Hey everyone! I’m Emily Marshall. As the Community Relations Manager for WCPL, I’m usually sitting in front of my computer creating posters in Photoshop, planning library programs, or teaching computer classes. In my spare time, I enjoy reading teen books, watching way too much TV, traveling, playing board games, and trying to convince people that cheesy Hallmark Channel and ABC Family original movies aren't “that bad.” I also love messages, so feel free to email me at emarshall(at)wellscolibrary.org.

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