No Holiday season is complete without the right holiday playlist. With so many options out there, we thought we’d pick a few to get things started. Here’s some of the top Christmas songs that should make it onto your playlist (in no particular order).



“All I Want for Christmas is You” – Mariah Carey
This Mariah Carey tune has become a staple at Christmas time. “All I Want for Christmas is You” is one of those songs that will get everyone up and moving this holiday season. You may even catch yourself, and others, breaking out into song when this one comes on.

“It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” – Andy Williams

This Christmas classic was first performed in 1963 by Mr. Williams, and it has been performed time and time again by great artists since then. But you can’t go wrong with the original! With that gleeful perk in his voice, Andy Williams has made “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” a happy Christmas classic for every playlist during the “hap-happiest season of all”!

“Last Christmas” – Wham!

Bring a little 80’s pop to your Christmas playlist with “Last Christmas” by Wham!. We are still singing this song loud and proud to celebrate Christmas with you, George Michael. A must-have for a Christmas playlist this year, and any year.

“White Christmas” – Bing Crosby

A slower holiday jam, but a jam nonetheless. Bing Crosby has such a classic voice that catches your ear every time he’s “dreaming of a white Christmas”. This heartfelt Christmas classic is great for enjoying the family times we cherish during the holiday season.

“Carol of the Bells” – Trans-Siberian Orchestra

This is probably one of the most epic Christmas songs out there, and one of our favorites. If you want to add a dramatic touch to your playlist, this is definitely your go to song.

Don’t get your tinsel in a tangle and have fun this holiday season! We hope everyone has a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Don’t forget we are booking events for 2018, so if you need someone to bring the hottest songs to your event, give us a call at 615-504-1872.