Dean Martin had a TV show in the 60’s and today we’ve got a clip from his 1968 Christmas special for you. See him be the coolest guy that you’ve ever seen dance with two ladies dressed like Santa.
Today’s selection brings us Zooey Deschanel’s folk band playing a song written by one of the Beach Boys.
The metal legend, Dio, brings his operatic vocals to the Christmas classic, “God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen.” Or “God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen” depending on who you ask.
The Summers residence gets a lot more crowded and Buffy eases into a mentor role to train some new potential Slayers as the arc of Season Seven begins to take shape.
Paul McCartney’s Wonderful Christmastime is a song that divides Christmas music lovers. I touch on that a bit, but then I read the comments and that is much more enjoyable.
This year Seth MacFarlane released a Christmas album and it’s really good. Looking for proof? Today we’ve got his version of I’ll Be Home for Christmas for you.
Sufjan Stevens has a lot of Christmas music in his catalog. Of course I pick the one about really depressing stuff.
Mike Quackenbush is the founder and current Director of Fun for CHIKARA Pro Wrestling. Today we’re talking to him about the company’s 14th season and the war with the Flood that ravaged the CHIKARA world.
Back when Donald Glover used to make remix albums under the name mc DJ, he made a 15 minute long EP using the music of the Charlie Brown special.
Today we take a look at one of the greatest and most memorable Christmas albums ever produced: A Charlie Brown Christmas by the Vince Guaraldi Trio.
Get ready kids. It’s time for the Christmas classic (no, it’s not) by the Insane Clown Posse and the rest of Psychopathic Records; Holiday Heat.
Lady Gaga once had a holiday spectacular that she hosted with the Muppets. She sang Baby It’s Cold Outside with Joseph Gordon Levitt on that special.
The “Big Bad” reaches out to the Scooby Gang, while Spike’s side in the conflict remains a point of contention as Season Seven starts to build up some serious momentum.
Reggie and the Full Effect brings us a cover of the Run-DMC holiday classic, Christmas in Hollis.
Today’s songs (SONGS!!!) come to us from 2008’s A Colbert Christmas: The Greatest Gift of All! Look inside for John Legend singing a song about nutmeg.
All I Want For Christmas is You is one of the most successful and popular modern Christmas songs. It’s been covered many times and today’s selection is the cover by My Chemical Romance.
Weird Al’s The Night Santa Went Crazy is an incredibly dark song about, as you would expect, the night that Santa went crazy. In this song the red and white is everywhere.
Santa gets a beating in Father Christmas by the Kinks. Give the toys to the rich kids!
We’re back with part two of the Muppet Christmas weekend. This time we’ve got Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.
John Denver and the Muppets perform the opening song of their Christmas album; the Twelve Days of Christmas.
Anya atones for her sins and the female Scoobies have to deal with yet another love spell in these two lopsided Season Seven episodes.
The Killers present a song about a vigilante Santa coming after a kid that killed his bullies. It’s so Christmas-y!
Darlene Love sang one of the greatest Christmas songs of all time when she worked with the wall of sound on A Christmas Gift to You from Phil Spector. Then an awful band decided to try to ruin that song.
Today we’re listening to the very fittingly titled Candy Cane Children by the White Stripes.
For the 25 days of Christmas, PoP! will be bringing you a different song every day. Today’s selection brings David Bowie and Bing Crosby together for Peace on Earth/Little Drummer Boy.
Willow returns and nearly gets eaten alive, and Buffy faces her first true test as a counselor at Sunnydale High.
Sunnydale High is rebuilt, Buffy gets a new job, and Spike deals with his newfound humanity as the final season begins.
Season Six ends with the Scoobies trying to stop “Dark Willow” and, wouldn’t you know it, save the world again.
The Scoobies lose a member and Willow suffers the mother of all relapses as Season Six keeps getting darker and darker.
The Trio continue to play mind games with the Slayer and Anya finds solace from an unlikely source as the sixth season gets even more dire and gripping.