Interjections are often shouted, not always loudly, but certainly as attention getters. Try to get Xmas to notice you, singers!
Cesar Anthony Davis syncopates the jazz meandering “Hello Christmas,” as if rando-melodic soaring vocals could turn the ancient holiday’s head.
Nathan & The Zydeco Cha Chas give a warm home welcome to the best holiday ever with “Hello Christmas,” hoping bluesy twanging will lull that merriment into c’mon-in’ on ovah.
David Anstruther finds joy in “Hello Christmas.” This folk-beat alt ornament gets happy not sloppy in celebrating the entrance of 12/25. Understated weee!
Rebecca Gregory’s “Hello Christmas” is a wistful piano-tinkling show-tune with an ecstatic solo of yeah-ahs, liking that day to an old friendship–those were the days. This one gets to me.
Liz Isenberg gets grrly with “Hello Christmas,” an indie, arty, angsty alt-rock moaner of loss and remorse. Not a party.
Hitting those electric guitars as ’twere pre-punk 1969, The Pink Flamingos gnarly up “Hello Christmas” like an ode to joy, opening the door to childlike glee.