The lack of snow is not just another day in December… it makes a statement.
Reese Lansangan is one of those talents you can’t understand is only on Youtube. Her fluent folk pop “No Snow” makes you believe in the poetry of young love.
Anuhea sings “No Snow” as exotic island beat, which makes you wonder how do they know about snow?
More hula-inspired honky tonk in “No Snow for Christmas” from Maureen McElheron.
Brian Protheroe has to make “No Snow Blues” about not getting love, but it’s so bluesy.
Blues rock from Lucky Luke in the form of “No Snow This Christmas.” Makes Elvis cry.
Graffiti6’s “No Snow” goes jazzy wailing over that loss of that girl that time of year.
Stephen Simmons gets cynical with “No Snow on the Ground.” Jazz ballad hates Xmas.
Stefanie Eskew bemoans inappropriate tropical paradises with her hard folk “No Snow.”
Pet Shop Boys, yes the most successful recording duo from the UK, bemoan the lack of standardization with “It Doesn’t Often Snow at Christmas.” It’s meant to do, y’see. Synthpop.
Boon & Millz make the Whoville case “No Snow for Christmas“: love only, nuttin else.
Ditto from NexCyx’s R+B pop “We Don’t Have Snow.” But they do have Christmas cliches!
Etc. from James Henson and his backroom amateur “There’s No Snow at Christmas.” We get it, especially via dad folk rock.
Celine Rae & The 20-73 party rock us with “Christmas Without Snow.” Now it’s all okay.
Chris Messtree (fet. Nico Laus) (yeah, it’s a joke) go prog electronic with “No Snow for Christmas.” BLUE ALERT German influenced chanting, so it like it.
Joe Pesci has a cute novelty number “If It Doesn’t Snow on Christmas” (A cover of the Gene Autry ’49 semi-hit). Have you heard the BLUE ALERT naughty version?!