Check out some of Country Music’s biggest stars and up and comers favorite Christmas songs AND holiday tradition!
“Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas” is one of my favorite songs to sing because I want everybody to have the happiness that I get from Christmas. And I know that not everybody can, but I feel like when I sing it that maybe I can help some people through things, and maybe help them find the magic in this time of year, and join with me and try to share this beautiful season.
“My Christmas Prayer”- Bebe Winans
“My parents used to play this song while we would decorate the tree every year! It is such a beautiful and positive song for the holiday season and I have it on repeat around Christmas time.”
My favorite Christmas song is “O Holy Night.” It was always my grandmas favorite and I sang it every night during the Christmas season when I was working at “Country Tonite” in Pigeon Forge. Every time I hear it, it takes me back to a lot of precious memories.
I’ve always loved Brenda Lee’s version of ‘Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree’ (hence why I recorded a version of my own for this holiday season!). It takes me back to when I was a kid and my Mom and I singing would sing along to her version and try to mimic her incredible voice while we were on route to Christmas shop.
Haley & Michaels
Our favorite Christmas song is “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas”. The song has an unforgettable classic melody and the lyrics are real and soulful. It’s the song we chose when we got to perform on The Today Show holiday special! 🙂
I’ve got 2 favorite Christmas songs. Dale Watson’s “Christmas Time In Texas” is one of ’em because it’s a good song and Dale’s just cooler-n-hell. The other is Johnny Paycheck’s “Honky Tonk Christmas” because they used to play it over & over every Christmas season at the honky tonk I grew up in, Burrelle’s Place in Walhalla SC just across the state-line
Charlie: “My favorite Christmas song is ‘Silent Night.’ When I was young, my parents would take me to church on Christmas Eve. Near the end of the service, the congregation would light candles that had been passed out. We would join and sing an A Cappella version of ‘Silent Night.’
Gary: “My favorite Christmas song is ‘Mary Did You Know.’ I played it at a Christmas recital when I was young. I have always loved the melody and chord progression.
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