Who says Christmas music belongs to the young folk? The fun part of Christmas time is the reflection back on tradition and history, and you can do so with some classic old school Christmas music.
Take a trip to the past with the likes of Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra with our playlist to rock around your Christmas tree.
Dean Martin: “Let it Snow”
It doesn’t matter if you’ll get snow this holiday season or not, Dean Martin’s deep vocals to “Let it Snow” is the best to bring in Christmas this year. When the weather outside is less than pleasant, turn on the fire and Christmas lights and listen to this old school Christmas classic.
Frank Sinatra: “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas”
Taking a step into the music time machine, Frank Sinatra will blast you back to an era of jazz with his “Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.” Sinatra’s vocals will lull you into a restful holiday bliss, so find yourself a blanket and hot cocoa while you listen to this song.
Frank Sinatra: “Jingle Bells”
Another Sinatra jam, “Jingle Bells” is more upbeat and classically amazing. This song is the perfect mood setter for any holiday party or end of the day sit down by the tree. Enjoy this old school song as you swing to the beat.
The Beach Boys: “Little St. Nick”
What could California’s The Beach Boys know about Christmas? They know how to capture the happy, pop-feeling excitement Christmas brings. “Little St. Nick” brings joy and old school pop music to your holiday season.
Bing Crosby: “Do You Hear What I Hear?”
Who else could bring you the best of classic Christmas music than Bing Crosby? “Do You Hear What I Hear?” sets the nostalgic and wondrous mood of the holiday season. If you’re looking some a classic Christmas song, this is the perfect song to share with your family.
Nat King Cole: “O Holy Night”
Finally, Nat King Cole’s “O Holy Night” is the song to listen to at night next to the fire and Christmas tree. This classic holiday song brings tradition back to the holiday spirit and reminds us all to be thankful for our friends, family, and other loved ones this holiday season.