Christmas Country Music
Country music artists may very well have produced more Christmas albums than any other genre of musicians. It's difficult to choose the best country Christmas songs and CDs with so many out there, but if you're a fan of country you're guaranteed to love the songs and albums below.
Most Popular Country Christmas Songs
- I'll Be Home for Christmas by Brooks & Dunn
- Joy to the World by George Strait
- Baby, It's Cold Outside by Lady Antebellum
- The First Noel by Josh Turner
- Santa Claus Is Coming to Town by Faith Hill
- Santa Baby by Kellie Pickler
- It's Christmas by Trace Adkins
- The Man With the Bag by Lee Ann Womack
- Christmas When You Were Mine by Taylor Swift
- What Child Is This? by Tanya Tucker
- A Christmas to Remember by Amy Grant
- Santa's Gonna Come In a Pickup Truck by Alan Jackson
- O Little Town of Bethlehem by Vince Gill
- Silver Bells by Kenny Chesney
- Little Drummer Boy by Lee Greenwood
- Tennessee Christmas by Lee Greenwood
- God Bless the Children by B.J. Thomas
- White Christmas by Joe Stampley
- Silver Bells by Martina McBride
The Best Country Christmas Albums
- Now That's What I Call a Country Christmas by Various Artists (2009) - If you only get one country Christmas CD, this should be it. It's a compliation of 29 songs by artists new and old...everyone from Merle Haggard and Dolly Parton to Lady Antebellum and Taylor Swift. Classic Christmas songs and new creations by many of country's greatest artists.
- Joy to the World by Faith Hill (2008) - This album isn't as country as you might expect from Faith Hill, but she's such an incredible singer you'll barely notice it. As other reviewers have said, this album will bring tears to your eyes. Outstanding!
- Classic Christmas by George Strait (2008) - George Strait has the smoothest, deep southern voice of all, making this one of the truest country albums there is.
- It Won't Be Christmas Without You by Brooks and Dunn (2002) - This is an awesome album with classic Christmas songs sung in the true country spirit, along with a couple new ones like "Who Says There Ain't No Santa".
- Merry Christmas to You by Reba McEntire (1987) - This older album is essential for country music fans. It's one you'll play over and over again. Reba has that classic country sound you can't get enough of.
- Honky Tonk Christmas by Alan Jackson (1993) - Another country legend, every country fan needs this album. The songs aren't traditional Christmas carols, but new compositions like "If You Don't Wanna See Santa Claus Cry" and "Santa's Gonna Come In a Pickup Truck". Classic.
- Beyond the Season by Garth Brooks (1992) - This older album is considered a country classic. The album is worth the price just for the two songs "Go Tell It on the Mountain" and "Unto This Night".