What Christmas Means To Me song history?
“What Christmas Means to Me” is the name of several different Christmas songs. The most-covered version was written by Allen Story, Anna Gordy Gaye, and George Gordy. It has been recorded by many artists, including: Stevie Wonder (1967) on Someday at Christmas.
Who sang what Christmas means to me first?
The song, popularized by singer Eddie Fischer about 50 years ago, expresses what Christmas means to most of us—the memories of loved ones, service, and gatherings to celebrate the season.
Who wrote the song that’s what Christmas means to me?
What Christmas Means To Me/Composers
Did Gale Storm do her own singing in It Happened on 5th Avenue?
Here is a clip of the cast with the song “That’s What Christmas Means to Me” (Please note that Gale’s voice is dubbed and not her own.)
What Christmas is really about quotes?
“Christmas is the season of joy, of gift-giving, and of families united.” “Peace on earth will come to stay when we live Christmas every day.” “He who has not Christmas in his heart will never find it under a tree.” “Like snowflakes, my Christmas memories gather and dance—each beautiful, unique, and gone too soon.”
What does Christmas stand for?
|Observed by||Christians, many non-Christians|
|Significance||Commemoration of the nativity of Jesus|
|Celebrations||Gift-giving, family and other social gatherings, symbolic decoration, feasting etc.|
What Christmas Means To Me cover versions?
|What Christmas Means to Me||Sweet ‘n Low||December 16, 2016|
|What Christmas Means to Me||98°||October 20, 2017|
|What Christmas Means to Me||Kfresh Harris||December 1, 2017|
|What Christmas Means to Me||John Legend ft. Stevie Wonder||October 26, 2018|
Who was the baby in It Happened on 5th Avenue?
McKeever winds up taking in ex-G.I. Jim Bullock (Don DeFore), who has been evicted from an apartment building O’Connor is tearing down for a new skyscraper, and later 18-year-old Trudy “Smith” (Gale Storm), who is actually O’Connor’s runaway daughter.
How did Gale Storm get her name?
When Storm was 17, two of her teachers urged her to enter a contest on Gateway to Hollywood, broadcast from the CBS Radio studios in Hollywood. First prize was a one-year contract with a movie studio. She won and was immediately given the stage name Gale Storm.