Rock Hall President Terry Stewart Shares His Favorite Rock and Roll Holiday Songs

Thursday, December 17: 12 p.m.
Posted by Terry Stewart
Terry Stewart shares some of his favorite holiday songs at Rock and Roll Night School on December 16

Man oh Man was last night’s holiday edition of Rock and Roll Night School fun! And we all learned so much about a very special niche of music. In fact, we are thinking about doing this again and maybe streaming the program online. So……anybody out there, let us know if this would be something you would like to participate in…and if you can’t make it in person, consider possibly participating online or via the phone.

Below you’ll find a list of my favorite rock and roll holiday songs. Also, feel free to comment on all of the lists if you were here last night. Most importantly, let us know if we missed any holiday songs by Inductees.

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year! Come to Cleveland!

27.) Merry Christmas – Lightning Hopkins
26.) Christmas Presents – Solomon Burke
25.) Not So Merry Christmas – Bobby Vee
24.) There’s Trouble Brewing – Jack Scott
23.) Chipmunk Song – Canned Heat and the Chipmunks
22.) Santa Looked a Lot Like Daddy – Buck Owens
21.) Man with all the Toys – The Beach Boys
20.) Papa Noel – Brenda Lee
19.) Chinchy Old Scrooge – Phil Moore
18.) Jingle Jangle – The Penguins
17.) Christmas in the Congo – The Marquees
16.) Santa Claus Is Back in Town – Elvis Presley
15.) Rockin’ and Rollin’ with Santa Claus – Hipsters
14.) This Christmas – Donnie Hathaway
13.) White Christmas – The Drifters
12.) Boogie Woogie Santa Claus – Mabel Scott
11.) Merry Christmas – The Cameos
10.) Hey Santa Claus – Moonglows
9.) Zat You, Santy Claus?– Louis Armstrong
8.) Lonely Christmas / What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve – The Orioles
7.) Christmas Prayer – Valentines
6.) Be Bop Santa – Babs Gonzalez
5.) Santa Claus Is Watching You – Ray Stevens
4.) Merry Christmas Baby – Charles Brown
3.) Please Come Home for Christmas – Charles Brown
2.) Trim Your Tree – Jimmy Butler
1.) Christmas in Jail – The Youngsters

 



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