Music at Xmas — Popular Christmas Songs and Christmas Carols Note: Christmas Songs have been performed by so many artists that not all of the performers of these songs are listed here at this time. Also recorded by 2000 , 2002 , 2005 , and 2013. Jesus welcomes this and Carrie Underwood brings hope through difficult situations through this song. If you are looking for something traditional, look elsewhere. Other hit vocal interpretations include versions by 1984 , 1985 , 1992 , 1992 , 1996 , and 2000. Charted briefly on magazine's chart in 2002.
Different song than the same-titled hit by from 1948. Later recordings include 1955 and 1968. A recording by the reached No. Covered by for a 1998 fan club single. We don't have enough room, nor adequate time here, to take a deep dive into that topic, but I have two words that can help the situation immediately: Kelsea Ballerini. Also a hit for in 1973. First recorded by in 1961.
Also a hit for in 1984. Included on the 1996 various artists album A Country Christmas. McLachlan also included her version on her 2006 holiday album. Later recorded by Billy May, Tony Bennett, Henry Mancini, Doris Day and many others. The single was re-released in 1985. First single released from Carey's second holiday album,. I am making all things new again 7.
Traditional carol previously recorded by over 100 other artists. Other charted versions were by 1996 , 2002 , 2003 , 2004 , 2009 , 2010 , and 2012. From the 2000 live action film,. Rumored to have been written for Easter, but later changed to Christmas to boost sales. An updated version released by The Impressions in 1969, reaching No. Also popular as an instrumental by countless artists.
King and John Popper Beautiful Star Of Bethlehem — Emmylou Harris — The Judds — Patty Loveless — The Oak Ridge Boys Believe — Josh Groban Bells Are Ringing — Mary Chapin Carpenter Bells Of St. A 1998 version by peaked at No. Duct Taped Bible by Trent Bourgeois A young and old man at church begin talking about the duct taped Bible the young man is holding and realize they have much more in common than just serving in the military. It has been covered by Alien Voices featuring , of , , , 1995 , 2004 , 2005 , 2006 , 2007 , and many others. First charted on Billboard's chart in 1996, peaking at No.
Three other versions by the , , and the Starlighters also hit the pop singles chart in early 1949. Featuring the Mello Men on vocals. A Christmas Album hit No. Brothers Osborne and The Wild Feathers will make their way to Boston, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, and other cities in the coming weeks. Featuring orchestration by and the on backing vocals. There are a few nice songs, but only three or four, and they're available elsewhere.
This historic record was the first electrically recorded disc to create a popular impact, and featured the largest choir popular music has ever known: some 4,800 voices according to. From the album This is the Season. Originally recorded by the in 1962, which peaked at No. Made the Pop, Country, Easy Listening and Christmas surveys in Billboard in late 1973-early 1974. There are more than 12 awesome Christian country songs, but these are some of my favorites. Re-charted in 1947 and 1949. Nelson himself released two versions: his original 1964 version for and a re-recording in 1979 as the title track of his.
From his 1970 Christmas album. Featuring orchestration by Carl Cotner. On the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart, versions also charted by Richard Kincaid featuring 2012 , 2015 , and 2016. If you have other notable holiday tunes, or have a specific favorite, please feel free to post them in the comments! The message is simple but meaningful. Other charted hit versions in include and the Satisfiers 1946 , with Guy Lombardo 1946 , and the Pied Pipers 1946 , 1966 , 1984 , 2000 , 2003 , and 2010. Also a charted hit for 1957 , featuring 1960 , 1998 , 2000 , and 2003. Other versions recorded by 1950 , Inner Voices 1994 , 2001 , the 2002 and 2003.
During the Christmas season of 2008, a comical version by reached No. Archived from on December 6, 2010. Popular versions that charted include a minor hit for in 1994, a version by the band in 2001, and in 2005. Crosby's original hit version features the Orchestra and backing vocals by the Guardsmen Quartet. Editor Monica Rivera and Sr.