The holiday season is upon us, so it’s time to embrace the spirit of Christmas and all that it entails. From festive decorations and delicious food, to heartfelt moments with loved ones, there’s so much to enjoy during this special time of year. And of course, no holiday season would be complete without the music that brings us all together.
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In this snowy Christmas setlist article you’ll find
One of the best parts about the holiday season is the endless array of classic Christmas songs that fill the air. From traditional carols to modern hits, these tunes have the power to transport us to a magical world filled with joy, wonder, and cheer.
One of the most iconic Christmas songs of all time is “Jingle Bells.” This classic tune has been around for over 150 years, and its catchy melody and playful lyrics continue to delight audiences of all ages. Whether you’re singing along with friends and family or dancing to the beat at a holiday party, “Jingle Bells” is a must-have on any Christmas playlist. It also happens to be our Songs Explained Christmas edition. Check it out!
Another popular Christmas song is “White Christmas.” Originally written by Irving Berlin and popularized by Bing Crosby, this timeless ballad has become a staple of the holiday season. Its evocative lyrics and beautiful melody capture the essence of the season, making it a favorite among many.
We can’t write about classics and not mention “Silent Night“, the Christmas song that has been around for many years, and was one of our Christmas Songs Explained. It was first performed in 1818 in Austria, and it has been translated into many languages. The song is a beautiful and peaceful ode to the night when Jesus was born, and it is often sung in churches and homes on Christmas Eve.
…and modern classics
On the other hand we have some modern classics like “Happy Xmas (War Is Over)” by John Lennon and Yoko Ono – also one of our Songs Explained. It was released on his 1971 album, “Imagine”. The song is a carol that speaks about the end of the Vietnam War and the hope for peace on Earth. “Happy Xmas (War Is Over)” is a powerful reminder of the importance of peace and unity during the holiday season.
Of course, no playlist would be complete without Mariah Carey’s “All I Want for Christmas Is You.” This modern classic has become a fan favorite over the years, and its infectious beat and catchy chorus are sure to get you into the holiday spirit. Whether you’re belting it out at karaoke or humming along to the radio, “All I Want for Christmas Is You” is a must-have for any Christmas music lover.
Add some Christmas to your setlist
So as you prepare for the holiday season, don’t forget to add some of these classic Christmas songs to your playlist. Whether you’re singing along with friends or dancing to the beat, these tunes are sure to put you in the spirit of Christmas and make your holiday season even more special. Want to jam more? Check out our Advent channel. Enjoy the warmth of the holiday season.
Teo creates content, which means he writes, a lot, about music, and all things interesting. When it comes to jamming, his weapon of choice is the bass guitar.