The 15 Greatest Rock & Roll Christmas Songs

If you’re getting ready for the big holiday party and don’t know what to add to the playlist, we’ve got you covered! Rolling Stone released what they consider to be the 15 Greatest Rock & Roll Christmas Songs of all-time.

The songs are in no particular order, so feel free to tell us which one you think should be #1…

“Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)”, Darlene Love (1963)

“Happy Xmas (War Is Over)”, John Lennon (1971)

“Santa Claus Is Coming to Town”, Bruce Springsteen (1985)

“All I Want For Christmas Is You”, Mariah Carey (1994)

“Little Saint Nick”, The Beach Boys (1963)

“Run Rudolph Run”, Chuck Berry (1958)

“The Chanukah Song”, Adam Sandler (1994)

“Frosty the Snowman”, The Ronettes (1963)

“Do They Know It’s Christmas?”, Band Aid (1984)

“Wonderful Christmastime”, Paul McCartney (1979)

“Jingle Bell Rock”, Bobby Helms (1957)

“The Night Santa Went Crazy”, “Weird Al” Yankovic (1996)

“Christmas in Hollis”, Run-D.M.C (1987)

“Christmas in Harlem”, Kanye West (2010)

“The Christmas Waltz”, She & Him (2011)

Thanks to our friend Jay Edwards of MIX 105.1 for the post!

  • Lauren

    How dare you call these rock and roll? Only about half were actually rock and roll.

  • Michael R.

    a Kanye West song? the greatest? you’ve got to be kidding. Merry Christmas

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