During the holiday season, Christmas music is playing everywhere. If you are a country fan or looking to play music that appeals to those who enjoy country music, you may be creating a playlist that includes the top holiday country songs. Here are the top ten country holiday songs of all time.
10. Santa Looked a Lot Like Daddy by Garth Brooks
Garth Brooks is the king of country music, so of course, he has to be featured on our list somewhere. This song was originally written and recorded in 1965 by country artist Buck Owens. Since then, it has been covered by many country artists thanks to its country twang and down-home feel. The song became far more recognizable when Garth covered it in 1992.
9. Winter Wonderland by Brooks and Dunn
Winter Wonderland is a holiday song that we are all familiar with. But Brooks and Dunn kicked this traditional favorite up a notch by adding a down-home country flare to the song. The song features an upbeat tempo featuring many instruments associated with country and rock music.
8. Jingle Bell Rock by Bobby Helms
Jingle Bell Rock by Bobby Helms was recorded in 1957. This version is still one of the most popular country songs and holiday classic songs for all genres of all time.
7. Last Christmas by Taylor Swift
Last Christmas became an instant hit for Wham when it was released. Taylor Swift took the song and introduced it to a new generation when she recorded the song and released it. Taylor is known for break up songs, so this song fits into her wheelhouse perfectly.
6. Baby, It's Cold Outside by Lady Antebellum
Lady Antebellum is known in the country world for their impeccable duets. As such, it only makes sense that their duet of Baby, It's Cold Outside is one of the most beautiful versions of the songs that you have heard.
5. Let It Be Christmas by Alan Jackson
Most of the songs on our list have been covered by many other artists for decades. Let It Be Christmas is different. This song was written and composed specifically for Alan Jackson's album. After being released, this song cracked the top 40 for all country songs on the radio at the time.
4. Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree by Brenda Lee
When you think of the song Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree, the version that pops into your head is likely the Brenda Lee version. This is one of the most played Christmas songs of all time and has been featured in many movies, including Home Alone.
3. Santa Baby by Kellie Pickler
Santa Baby has famously been sung by blonde bombshells, including Marilyn Monroe and Madonna. Kellie Pickler is another blonde beauty who has tackled this flirty and sultry song. She adds a country flare to it, helping it to make it a top country holiday song.
2. Run, Run Rudolph by Luke Bryan
Luke Bryan is one of the hottest country artists at the moment. His cover of Run, Run Rudolph is sure to make you want to get up and dance. With his strong country accent, it's easy to see why this version appeals to the country crowd.
1. All I Want for Christmas Is You by Vice Vance and the Valiants
The top country holiday song on our list is All I Want for Christmas is You. Country songs are known for heartbreak and telling a story, and this song does not disappoint. Give it a listen and learn why the singer only wants her man back for Christmas.
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