With more online videos being made every year, Christmas music videos become more abundant with them. Whether you are a young child, teenager, adult, or senior citizen, Christmas music videos can be fun to watch. Christmas music spans a wide variety of different musical styles and artists from Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, and Mariah Carey to even The Muppets, Bruce Springsteen and The Chipmunks. Listening to holiday music has been a tradition for many years, and as the tradition continues more artists create their own songs or different versions of the classics.
Where Can I Find Christmas Music Videos?
Christmas music videos can be found at Christmasmusicvideos.com all year round. Bookmark the site for repeat visits and see when Christmas will come around again with their Christmas countdown clock. Enjoy videos from Sheryl Crow and Elmo singing "It's Almost Christmas" to Rob Thomas singing "A New York Christmas."http://christmasmusicvideos.com/song-titles-a-c/
Fanpop.com also has Christmas music video classics for the whole family to enjoy together. Many favorites such as clips from classic television shows such as It's a Wonderful Life, A Charlie Brown Christmas and Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer. They also have a collection of cartoon music videos for the kids to sing along to such as The Smurfs Christmas Special, The SpongeBob Squarepants Christmas Special, A Garfield Christmas and many many more.http://www.fanpop.com/spots/christmas/articles/64/title/watch-101-classic-christmas-videos-online
Music Video Timeline
- 1946: Panoram Soundie is introduced which is a jukebox that plays a short video cliphttp://www.1940.co.uk/history/article/soundie/soundie.htm
- 1961: Ricky Nelson's Travelin' Man video shown on television
- 1964: A Hard Day's Night film by The Beatles airshttp://www.1st-free-music-download.com/music-video.html
- 1970: Short promos filmed to replace live performances of artists on TV
- 1973: School House Rock music videos began airinghttp://www.school-house-rock.com/history.htm
- 1980: "Ashes to Ashes" video released by David Bowie
- 1981: MTV launcheshttp://www.museum.tv/archives/etv/M/htmlM/musictelevis/musictelevis.htm
- 1983: Friday Night Videos debuts on NBChttp://www.angelfire.com/il3/timemachine/fnvideos.html
- 1992: MTV begins to credit music video directors
Favorite Holiday Artists
- Nat King Cole
- Bing Crosby
- Mariah Carey
- John Denver
- The Muppets
- Jeff Foxworthy
- Bruce Springsteen
- Burl Ives
Favorite Holiday Musicals
"All I want For Christmas Is You"
In this 2008 video country singer Martina McBride teams up with Elvis Presley to perform "Blue Christmas. Obviously this is Presleys song with McBride being digitally added to it. Very Cool!