Subtitled “Baby Please Come Home”, this song was actually first recorded by Darlene Love, but was made famous by a U2 version recorded in 1987.
This Christmas song was written and recorded by the UK band The Kinks in 1977. It’s got a punk feel, and would work well in a full band setting.
This may be more rockabilly than rock and roll, but the intro to Jingle Bell Rock is one that every electric guitar player should learn.
This popular Chuck Berry Christmas song is simply a 12-bar blues shuffle in C with the intro lick to Johnny B Goode.
You may know this song through the versions recorded by Elvis, Bruce Springsteen, or (my personal favorite) Otis Redding.