Posted On: Friday - December 25th 2020 1:32PM MST
In Topics:   Music  Bible/Religion
I don't know enough about the Mormons to comment, except that they sure can sing.
When's the last time people went house to house singing Christmas carols? I can remember that. This is not the same country as then though. Christmas carols reminded me of a song sung between then and now, when even one of the most famous rock bands could sing about Christmas without worrying about being twittered about and canceled.
This was sung and played by the final Eagles line-up, unless you count after hell froze over:
Lead vocals and drums: Don Henley
Piano and backing vocals: Glenn Frey
Electric guitar: Don Felder
Electric guitar and backing vocals: Joe Walsh
Bass guitar and backing vocals: Timothy B. Schmit
This one was written by, yes, I kid you not, Charlie Brown. No, not THE Charlie Brown. This songwriter was a blues singer from Texas, who had a hit with this song of his back in 1960.
We wish all the Peakers a Merry Christmas. Thank you for making the season brighter for this blogger!