Conway Twitty Recalls His Childhood With Holiday Classic, ‘White Christmas’

Conway Twitty Recalls His Childhood With Holiday Classic, ‘White Christmas’ | Country Music Videos

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We don’t know about you, but it never feels like Christmas until we hear Bing Crosby sing “White Christmas“. Something else we now need to add to our Christmas tradition? Listening to Conway Twitty sing the famed Christmas song.

Twitty recorded his country version of “White Christmas” in 1983 for his album A Twismas Story. The album was a storybook album that tells Conway’s and Twitty Bird’s adventures as they travel through Toyland Town. It was digitally remastered, remixed, and re-released in 2007 on CD.

The first public performance of “White Christmas” was on Christmas Day in 1941 on Bing Crosby’s NBC radio show The Kraft Music Hall. It was originally written for the 1942 musical Holiday Inn and won the Academy Award for Best Original Song later that year.

Twitty’s version of “White Christmas” will get you in the holiday spirit and have you reminisce about all your favorite things about Christmas.

At the end of the song, Twitty says the song, “Brings back memories of when I was just a boy, and reminds me of how much I love Christmas.

Listen to the incredible song below!

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