While Fats Domino is most well-known for his 1950's hits, he did record a Christmas album. He just waited until the 1990's to do it. Still, it has the New Orleans flavor and the piano-driven fun you'd expect. No official videos that I know of, but here's a fan-made one, with his up-tempo take on "I'll Be Home For Christmas".
Carole King put out a terrific Christmas album in 2011, and many were surprised to discover that for someone with such a rich recording and songwriting career, it was her first such effort. Well, it was her first Christmas ALBUM, anyway. In the late 1990's, she actually recorded an original Christmas song, which was sent to radio and eventually wound up as a bonus track on the deluxe version of her "Love Makes The World" CD. Maybe it's because I've had an extra decade to enjoy it that it's still my favorite Christmas song from her. Here's a nice fan-made video for Carole King's "Love For Christmas"
Bruce has previously given us "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town" and "Merry Christmas Baby". Both of those are still among the most popular, most requested and most played every Christmas season. And while there are plenty of bootlegs out there, featuring many other Christmas songs, Bruce and company did legitimately record and release a new Christmas song a couple years ago. This one is currently only available as a video bonus on "Songs From The Promise", but it's bound to see the light of day as a single or part of another collection one of these days. In the meantime, here's Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band with their take on "Blue Christmas"!