12 Amazing Country Music Christmas Songs

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Watch this collection of Country Music Christmas Songs and get in the mood for a Country Christmas.

Enjoy this selection of 12 Country Music Christmas Songs starting with some classics from history and ending with some modern Country Music Christmas renditions.

1.  Brenda Lee – Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree (1958)

Lee’s classic holiday hit was a pioneering tune at the time (1958).  She was just 13 years old at the release of this tune and her powerful vocals makes her sound much older.

2.  Johnny Cash – Country Christmas (1991)

This is a song associated with his Country Christmas album released in 1991.

3.  Dolly Parton & Kenny Rogers – Once upon a Christmas (1984 album version)

This collaborative tune is from their “Once Upon a Christmas” studio album that released in 1984.

 4.  Dolly Parton – We Three Kings (1990)

Recorded for her “Home for Christmas” album, Parton’s cover is clean and beautiful.

 5.  Kelly Clarkson – Silent Night ft. Trisha Yearwood, Reba McEntire (2015)

This is a wonderful version of Silent Night featuring three powerhouse female country music vocals from Nashville.

6.  Kenny Rogers, Garth Brooks & Trisha Yearwood – The old man’s back in town (1995)

This is a behind the scene clip for Kenny Roger’s TV special, Keep Christmas With You, where he enlisted some help from Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood.  A fun practice performance to get ready for the TV special event.

7.  Faith Hill – Away in a manger (2008)

This song is from Faith’s album “Joy to the World” and was released in 2008.

8.  Darius Rucker – Candy Cane (2017)

This performance of Candy Cane Christmas is from the Disney Parks Magical Christmas Celebration from 2017.

9.  Brett Eldredge – The First Noel (2016)

This song is from Brett’s holiday album “Glow” that was released in 2016.

10.  LeAnn Rimes – You and Me and Christmas (2018)

LeAnn will star in a Christmas movie as “It’s Christmas, Eve” will feature Rimes as Eve.  She tries to save the day for her hometown and seeks love along the way.  LeeAnn released a Christmas album and tour to go with the movie.  LeAnn contributed three original songs to the soundtrack, “The Gift of Your Love,” “It’s Christmas, Eve” and “You and Me and Christmas.”

11.  Pentatonix – Little Drummer Boy (2013)

This a cappella group from Arlington, Texas delivers an amazing version of Little Drummer Boy.  This song is from the group’s Christmas Album.

12.  Kacey Musgraves – I Want a Hippopottimus for Christmas (2016)

This song is from Kacey’s holiday album “A Very Kacey Christmas” and is her cover of a fun song that was originally released in 1953.

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