Jingle Along to The Best Holiday Songs by Broadway Artists

Written by Meaghan McKiernan

December 1, 2017

Can’t wait to start the holidays? Get in the mood with these classic carols sung by your favorite Broadway stars.

Broadway Cares: Home For the Holidays

Listen to a wide variety of holiday classics and winter favorites from Broadway artists like Alan Cumming, Liza Minnelli, Audra McDonald, Lea Delaria, Billy Porter, Patrick Wilson, Victor Garber, Jane Krakowski, and Ann Hampton Callaway, among others.

Broadway’s Carols for a Cure

Every season Broadway’s Carols for a Cure releases a new album featuring the casts of the hottest shows on Broadway which this year include Waitress, Dear Evan Hansen, Hamilton, Anastasia, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Groundhog Day, School of Rock, Phantom, Come from Away and many more!

Barbra Streisand’s A Christmas Album

Sung by the most iconic performer of all time, Ms. Streisand herself. You’ll love listening to these holiday tunes and her two other winter albums: The Classic Christmas Album and Christmas Memories.

A Christmas Story

The Christmas movie you know and love but as a musical, these songs will bring back nostalgic memories of binge watching the leg lamp every season!

A Christmas Carol

The classic story that has been told a million times over will come back to life through this Broadway soundtrack.



Kristin Chenoweth’s A Lovely Way to Spend Christmas

Shall I say more?

Brian D’Arcy James’s From Christmas Eve to Christmas Morn

A different take on a holiday album, this Broadway star adds a true Broadway sound to the classic carols you know and love.

Bette Midler’s Cool Yule

After just finishing her role as Dolly on Broadway, you may still be itching to hear this iconic star sing while sitting by the fire and roasting chestnuts.

Meaghan McKiernan is currently pursuing a BA in musical theatre at DeSales University. It wasn’t until high school that she discovered her passion for theatre while participating in show coir, dance team, liturgical music, improv club, the spring musical, chorus, and the spring drama. Some of the roles she has had the honor of playing include Mrs. Banks in Mary Poppins, Anita in West Side Story, and Eponine in Les Miserables. Meaghan discovered a further love for sharing her talent with others while teaching dance at Premiere Dance Studio for four years and choreographing/ assistant directing for The Springer Studio for the past two years. She hopes in the future to enhance her skills and talents, on and backstage, and further combine them to teach children at schools and community theatres.
Thumbnail image from No Strings. Courtesy of the New York Public Library, 1962.