Jesse Fischer Gives Us His Jazzy Solo Rendition Of 'The Christmas Song'


We know you've been wanting more Christmas music to groove to, so Jesse Fischer is here to save the day. The jazz pianist, composer, producer and engineer decided to take his many talents, put them all together and stuff them in a musical rendition of "The Christmas Song."

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Produced, arranged, performed, engineered, mixed and mastered by Fischer, he takes on nine instruments (if we include his soulful handclaps) to create a very soulful and jazzy Christmas tune while also incorporating a bit of The Honey Drippers' classic groove, "Impeach The President." Along with giving us the new take, he tapes himself performing his musical magic, and it's mesmerizing to watch. At the end of the video, Fischer gives credit where it's due to Bob Wells and Mel Tormé, who wrote "The Christmas Song" back in 1945.

You can keep up with Jesse Fischer via Twitter and Instagram and purchase his version of "The Christmas Song" on Bandcamp today. Watch Fischer bust out all his talents during "The Christmas Song," and get your soul clap ready when you press play.

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