Christmas Country Albums: Top Tunes for the Holidays
Country music and Christmas songs have been walking together hand-in-hand through the drifting snow for decades. In 1949, singing cowboy Gene Autry topped the country chart with “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” while at the same time, Ernest Tubb had the No. 1 song on jukeboxes — his early version of “Blue Christmas,” which would go on to be recorded perhaps most famously by Elvis Presley. From traditional hymns to new, original material, The Boot is pleased to offer this gift to you, our choices for the most enjoyable country Christmas albums of all time.
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