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PLAYLIST: INGRID MICHAELSON

The artist is getting us in the festive mood with her Christmas playlist.

Ingrid
Ingrid

Though it may not feel like it, Christmas is right around the corner and in aims of getting us into the spirit, Ingrid Michaelson has carefully curated her top ten Christmas must-listens. From the iconic Paul McCartney to ever-popular Bing Crosby, the artist has put together a playlist that without gets the festivities going, and we suggest putting it on full blast for maximum effect.

Head below to listen to the playlist now…

“Everybody’s waiting for the man with the bag” – Kay Starr

I love her voice and the big brass section just puts me in a joyful mood.

” Christmas Is” – Percy Faith

I never heard this song before this year and I thought I’d heard them all! I just love it.

“A Marshmallow World” – Darlene Love

You can’t not dance around when this song comes on.

“Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” – Judy Garland

This is my favorite Christmas song ever. It’s so sad and hopeful at the same time. That’s me!

“I’m A Little Christmas Cracker” – Diana Decker

I first heard this song on the movie called Nativity! Which I love so much. I think it’s so cute and festive.

“Underneath The Christmas Lights” – Sia

I tend to like older songs but this one is just too beautiful to not love.

“Wonderful Christmastime” – Paul McCartney

Paul plus Christmas. What else can I say.

“It’s Beginning To look a lot Like Christmas” – Bing Crosby

He defines Christmas for me. And I love the harmonies on this one.

“Holly Jolly Christmas” – Burl Ives

I feel like this song encompasses the holiday season. Bouncy and joyful with a fun key change and a little guitar solo!

“Merry Christmas Happy New Year” – by myself and Zooey Deschannel

I wrote this with Dave Barnes and Zooey Deschanel and I think it might be my favourite Christmas song I have ever written. I wanted to make something joyous that would put a smile on people’s faces. And I think we did just that.

PLAYLIST: INGRID MICHAELSON

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