#1
Might play a little gig at my school with a few friends and if we do it would probably have to be a song related to christmas. Does the pit know any awesome christmas songs that can be played on guitar, drums and bass?
#6
thanks for the suggestions but preferably something not too heavy as there will be a bunch of parents and it is a quite small hall.
#7
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thanks for the suggestions but preferably something not too heavy as there will be a bunch of parents and it is a quite small hall.

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#9
Run run Rudolph, and the one The Darkness did would be interesting....
#13
Gary Hoey

He's got a bunch of other ones too.
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#16
try God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, it works well in a rock context. Most any song can be reworked into a good rock arrangement.

Check out Rob Halfords Winter Songs Album on itunes, and We Wish You a Metal X-Mas featuring guys such as Tony Iommi, Ronnie James Dio, Alice Cooper, Lemmy Kilmister, Dave Grohl, etc.

Both albums are nothing but Christmas Songs reworked into a rock/metal context.

Pick a song, rework it and have fun.
#21
Do Pachelbel's Canon, even though it's not Christmassy.
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#23
Jimmy Eat World did a pretty cool version of Last Christmas.
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#25
There's a whole album of metal bands covering Christmas songs. I have it somewhere but I cant think what it's actually called.
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#29
Anyone of them.
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