Christmas Carols: The good, the bad, and the festive
By Death Wish Coffee — / Death Wish Coffee Blog
Fueled by Death Cast goes through the history of Christmas Carols
What do you do when you open your front door and people are singing songs at you? According to Jeff and Dustin, you scream, "GET OFF MY LAWN!"
From classic Christmas songs like "White Christmas" by Bing Crosby to modern hits like "Santa Tell Me" by Ariana Grande, Christmas music is a huge part of the holiday season, and takes over the radio from November to the end of the December.
On this clip of The Roast from Fueled By Death Show, Jeff and Dustin talk about the history of Christmas Carols. Recently, "Baby, It's Cold Outside" has been making the news as radio stations are looking to ban this classic holiday tune.
From that discussion, the question of where and when did singing Christmas Carols become a thing? From humble pagan beginnings to a time where no one seemed to care about Christmas, to the immensely popular Christmas Carols today, we dive into the origins and history of singing songs around Christmas time.
Watch this video below about the history of Christmas Carols:
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