There may not be many people celebrating a white Christmas this year, but rising country singer-songwriter William Michael Morgan is singing about it anyway.

Just in time for the holidays, Morgan has released a special video of himself covering "White Christmas," which you can watch above. The clip is best enjoyed with a glass of your favorite holiday brew, slowly sipped while the artist sings the holiday classic backed by two acoustic guitars. While Santa himself doesn't appear in the clip, even viewers who are a long way from Music City can appreciate the atmosphere: Disheveled Christmas lights, random decor and barstools give the video a holiday-driven feel without being too over the top.

Morgan's "White Christmas" video was recorded at Santa's Pub, a renowned Nashville dive bar and double-wide trailer -- and one with a wonderfully appropriate name at that! At Santa's Pub, strands of Christmas lights are always glowing, and the place is always decked out in holiday decor. And the owner? He's a man named Denzel who goes by "Santa" -- and looks the part, with white hair and a long beard (although we don't remember Santa Claus wearing a cowboy hat!). Several country stars have set their music videos there before, including Toby Keith and Jimmy Buffett, who filmed "Too Drunk to Karaoke" at the venue.

Morgan recently released his debut single, "I Met a Girl," as well as an accompanying music video. Fans can visit or his Facebook page to learn about upcoming shows.

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