On this New Years Eve of 2022 I awoke with this song in my head. It is one that I’ve always enjoyed, even as a child. The Dead South does it justice.
The Dead South – House Of The Rising Sun – 2016
Wishing all y’all a wonderful New Year in 2022!
May peace be yours this day and coming year.
Vince Guaraldi Trio – Christmas Time Is Here – 1965
The Monkees – Riu Chiu – The Monkees’ Christmas Show December 25, 1967
The most famous Beard of all has his journey under way.
Follow him by simply clicking the link below, then be sure to be in bed and asleep before he gets to your house.
May your Christmas be filled with magic!
NYCGMC Tonewall seem to be a good bunch to start our Christmas Eve morning.
New York City Gay Mens Chorus – Tonewall – Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas – 2021
Samantha always pulled her holidays off without a glitch. Maybe we could learn a spell or two from her.
After seeing all those clips of her talent for getting through the holiday season, I think I’ll treat myself to a holiday episode. Want to join me?
Season 4 – Episode 16 – Humbug Not Spoken Here – 1967
Isn’t Bette always simply fabulous?
Bette Midler – Mele Kalikimaka – 2006
The story behind Vince Guaraldi’s Christmas Time Is Here.
CBS Sunday Morning – Christmas Time Is Here – A classic Holiday Song – 2021
Steve Martin – A Christmas Wish – SNL 1986
A classic as only two talents of highest caliber could perform it.
Bob Hope & Dolly Parton – Silver Bells – Bob Hope Christmas Special 1988
Go ahead click play. I dare you.
Puddles Pity Party – The Little Drummer Boy ( more cowbell version ) – 2017
Don’t have a clue why it took me this many years to discover this.
As only SNL can do one.
SNL – Christmas Miracle – 2016
No one does it better than Eartha.
Eartha Kitt – Santa Baby – New Faces 1954
Broken Peach has been at it again, and once again they are fab!
Broken Peach – Let It Snow – 2021
Manila knocks this one out of the park so we decided to make it a new holiday tradition and post it again. Enjoy!
Manila Luzon – Slay Bells – 2015
Back in the early 1970s whenever this Herb Albert album hit dad’s turntable I knew that the Christmas season had started.
Herb Albert and The Tijuana Brass – Winter Wonderland – 1968
This year we will take a break from the classic Gayla Peevey version and serve you this yummy one with an amazing tropical twist from fabulous Lake Street Dive. It makes me shake my hippo butt!
Lake Street Dive – I Want A Hippopotamus For Christmas (Yule Log Audio) – 2017