Christmas Party Music Playlist 🎅 Music For Christmas Parties 🎄 Old Christmas Music Playlist
This live stream mix of a Christmas party music playlist has an upbeat mix of old Christmas songs and a few new Christmas songs as well, some great music for Christmas parties. Mostly this is made up of classic old Christmas songs from artists we’ve grown to know and love.
We hope you enjoy this classic Christmas party music playlist of music for Christmas parties, with old Christmas songs, classic Christmas music and the best old Christmas music on this playlist mix of lovely old Christmas songs.
📻 Christmas Party Music Playlist Tracks 🎵
Santa Claus Is Coming to Town – The Four Seasons (1962)
A Christmas Long Ago (Jingle Jingle) – The Echelons (1987)
Jingle Bells – Woody Herman & Carolyn Grey (1942)
Don’t Wait Till The Night Before Christmas – Dick Robertson (1940)
I Saw Mommy Do The Mambo (With You Know Who) – Jimmy Boyd (1954)
Jolly Old Saint Nicholas – Ray Smith (1949)
The Merry Christmas Polka – Dinah Shore
Sleigh Ride – Johnny Desmond (1950)
Jingle Bells Mambo – Pete Rugolo (1954)
Snowy White Snow and Jingle Bells – Vaughn Monroe (1950)
Frosty The Snowman – Guy Lombardo & Kenny Gardner (1950)
Christmas Roses – Jo Stafford & Frankie Laine (1952)
The Jolly Old Man In The Bright Red Suit – Vaughn Monroe & The Moon Maids (1949)
Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer Mambo – Frank Petty Trio (1954)
Under The Mistletoe – Dick Robertson (1941)
Santa Claus Is Comin’ To Town – Blue Barron & The Blue Notes (1949)
Up On The Housetop – Bill Boyd’s Cowboy Ramblers (1949)
Jingle Bells Boogie Woogie – Will Bradley (1944)
Snow Bells – Winfred Atwell (1965)
Merry Christmas Baby – Christina Fuentes
Jingle Bells – Sammy Davis Jr. (1963)
Jingle Bell Rock / Winter Wonderland / Let It Snow / Jingle Bells (Medley) – Engelbert Humperdinck (1977)
White Christmas – Glen Campbell
Twelve Days of Christmas – Fred Waring (1948)
Winter Wonderland – Richard Hayman (1954)
That’s What I Want for Christmas – Dick Robertson and His Orchestra (1940)
I’m Gonna Have A Merry Christmas This Year – Christina Fuentes & The Birdnotes
Snowman, Snowman, Sweet Potato Nose – The Jaynetts (1963)
🎄 You can find a lot more old Christmas mixes from us over here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R6g8H13lqpE&list=PLJkeDBmFGaFDQC_ALVqSGm__CM6fGWpLa&index=1
🎶 We also have a Christmas themed Spotify playlist over here: https://spoti.fi/3H17ajQ
🎅 Please consider sharing with a friend if you’ve enjoyed this, it helps a lot! Merry Christmas!
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