Your Home for Free Christmas Music Downloads
Free downloads of Christmas music from top independent artists! You can read our latest posts below, but also consider taking a look at our artist introductions from previous years. You are welcome to listen to the songs here on the site, and download any that interest you for your personal listening purposes only. More details on that here. Also, if you’re an artist yourself with Christmas music available and you’re interested in making a track or two available for free download in exchange for some additional attention to your music, you can find out more about how this site works here. And, finally…please consider following us on Facebook or Twitter…or subscribing via email to be notified when we post new music. En-joy! 😉
We’re starting to gear up for another wonderful Christmas this year…and boy, can the world use some peace on Earth, good will toward men about now!
We’re pleased to start things rolling with some new audio stories from the UK’s Steve Orchard. You’ll enjoy Santa’s Poem, Mrs. Claus Saves Christmas, My Grandad Helps Father Christmas and Mouse In The Honeysuckle. And they’re all found right here: http://feelslikechristmas.com/christmas-audio-stories/
And, if you’ve got friends who are musicians who have some Christmas music that they’d like to bring more attention to by offering some free song downloads, point them toward our site, and if their music is a good fit, we’ll be happy to share it with our many thousands of followers worldwide! More info is available right here: http://feelslikechristmas.com/info-for-artists/
Well, we’ve been away for awhile, but we’re back for Christmas 2016 with 11 new free MP3 downloads:
- First up is the return of Billy Gorilly with a funky honky-tonk rendition of Deck The Halls. Fun stuff!
- Then, a fresh arrangement of Love Is A Christmas Rose from singer/songwriter Piney Gir.
- Up third: Remember that weird-but-wonderful duet between Bing Crosby and David Bowie from back in the Seventies? Blue Skies For Black Hearts takes their turn with Peace On Earth/Little Drummer Boy.
- Next up is Frank Shiner with his rendition of Please Come Home for Christmas. All of the proceeds from the single are being donated to the military charity, Full Circle Home…which helps servicemen & women send Christmas packages to their loved ones back home to let them know they are thinking of them. Over 18,000 packages have been sent by this volunteer organization which was started by two women whose sons are in the military.
- Up next is a really interesting treatment of Silent Night by Magnuson. It turns the traditional melody a bit more minor, which is slightly disconcerting at first…but then, you realize that it works quite well, and the arrangement becomes quite powerful, and some of the minor treatment resolves a bit by the end as well.
- We follow that up with a fun rockabilly piece called That Christmas Feeling by Ohio-based songster/guitarist Jim Bush.
- Next up is Israel with a soulful take on This Christmas.
- After that, a romantic take on Christmas from Andrew Joslyn & The Local Strangers on Under Mistletoe.
- Next, we have Karma with What Do The Lonely Do At Christmas?
- Then, Sofia Talvik returns from Sweden once again with her Americana touch on the song When It Rains on Christmas Day.
- And, finally!…Philly Soul powerhouse Bunny Sigler wraps up this great update with his brand-new arrangement of White Christmas.
That’s all for this time. If more songs come in that we think you’d enjoy, we’ll certainly pass ’em along!
Just about a week to go before the big day, and we’ve got 4 great new tunes for you!
How about a New Wave treatment of The Little Drummer Boy? Steven Hawley has one and he’s sharing it here!
Next up is 16-year-old Bianca Scaglione, with a reminder to Keep Christ in Christmas.
Then comes a trio from Moscow called Bigudi. They’re sharing their song Just Another Year.
And finally, Candy Apple Punch offers up a techno tune called Christmas Star.
That’s all for now. We may have a few more pop up in the next week, and if so, we’ll be back in touch then.
In the meantime, En-Joy! 😉