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A Vancouver choir has adapted Mariah Carey’s hit for the 2020 times.
"It's Not Christmas Till Somebody Cries" will make you glad you're not seeing your family this year.
It's the country music legend's first Christmas album in 30 years.
If you disagree with Justin Bieber's "Mistletoe" appearing on this list, you're just plain wrong.
"The wise men followed a star / The way I followed my heart," he sings on "Mistletoe."
We're already tired of "All I Want For Christmas Is You."
For many people, the Christmas season is the best time of the year not only because of the festivities, but because of the holiday music that is only played for approximately six weeks every year.
The perfect mix of creative covers and unique originals.
Christmas carols have been inescapable since Thanksgiving, but perhaps the reason they make so many of us into Scrooges isn't
Hating Christmas songs can make you seem like a Scrooge, but as we become once again bombarded by them, there are a handful
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and with just under two weeks until the Jolly Old Elf arrives, it's really beginning to sound like it, too. As it is every Christmas season, there are a few songs I've already heard one time too many, some that seem to be on the low-rotation list, and a couple I will never hear unless I download them myself. Here's my definitive list of Christmas song winners and sinners!
For about six weeks at the end of every year, people everywhere are bombarded with the sounds of Christmas songs filling the air. The department stores play holiday tunes like crazy, and several radio stations go "All Christmas" for the month of December. Every song has a story, and here are five facts about some of your favorite holiday songs.
A musician from Colbourne, Ontario has decided to pen a song about Christmas that demonstrates his displeasure for what he
'Tis the season...to hear endless loops of holiday music and feel tempted to strangle someone with red and green garland. While some Christmas carols might actually bring joy to the world, there are a lot of songs that we want to throw out with the decaying holly and the ivy.
Surprisingly, I've never hated Christmas music and I've always felt the more the merrier. That said, everyone must understand, there's only one Christmas album that matters. To my ears, all other Christmas albums sound like third-rate Chipmunks knock-offs, and that includes the impervious Bing Crosby!