How to play ‘Aunt Jemima’s Christmas’ by the Beach Boys?
An Australian Christmas concert is being held this weekend in Adelaide, Australia, and this year, it will be performed by the band from the ’70s and ’80s.
But how did the Beachboys become an Australian Christmas staple?
And how did their song, “Aunt Jams,” become so beloved?
“When we first started writing the song, we were all trying to make it a holiday classic,” said Beach Boys drummer John Popper.
“We just wanted to make sure it was Christmas for all the families.
And that’s what we tried to do.”
A Christmas concert has become one of the most popular holiday traditions around the world.
It is considered one of Christmas music’s most enduring Christmas classics, as well as a cultural touchstone for the US, Canada, Australia and many other countries.
According to the BBC, “Christmas music is an annual tradition in many parts of the world.”
The BBC also reports that “it is estimated that in the U.S. more than 90 percent of people know of Christmas.”
Christmas is celebrated in most of the U to the end of February, and it’s the start of a long, long holiday season in many countries around the globe.
In Australia, Christmas is typically celebrated from March 25 to May 1, though it can also be celebrated from December 31 to January 4.
It’s the only time of year in Australia when the country gets enough time to celebrate the birth of Christ.
According the ABC, Australia has the third-highest number of people playing holiday music, after Canada and the United Kingdom.
Christmas music is a traditional part of Christmas in the United States.
According a 2009 Gallup poll, 78 percent of Americans said they are a regular or frequent Christmas music fan.
However, there is a difference in how many people are aware of Christmas.
In Canada, more than 85 percent of Canadians believe in Santa Claus, according to a 2011 Gallup poll.
And in the US as a whole, 70 percent of respondents said they knew someone who was a regular Christmas music enthusiast, according a 2013 Gallup poll conducted by Gallup.
According with a 2016 Gallup poll on Christmas, 65 percent of American adults said they had seen someone perform a Christmas concert, but less than half of that group had seen a Christmas movie.
Another recent Gallup poll found that in Europe, more people were aware of the holiday than in the rest of the developed world.
Only 21 percent of Europeans knew someone whose family celebrated Christmas at Christmas, while in the UK, that figure was only 28 percent.
According CBS News, the British government has been cracking down on Christmas music since 2012, when a music festival in Brighton was shut down over security concerns.
According at the time, it was the first time a British festival had been shut down in more than 20 years.
According The Guardian, the government announced in December 2016 that the festival’s promoter would be suspended, after being cited with anti-social behaviour.
A month later, authorities shut down a Christmas event in the Netherlands, after complaints of anti-Semitic behaviour.
Earlier this year the Dutch government also banned the use of the song “Santa Claus Is Coming to Town” for the duration of Christmas, and banned the sale of Christmas lights in the country.
“It is not a good day for Christmas music, because there are a lot of people who do not want to celebrate Christmas and are boycotting Christmas,” says Popper of the Beach Band.
“If we were going to get a message that we should be celebrating Christmas and that it is a great thing, it would be by playing it and having a Christmas show and singing it.”
Popper says the band wanted to take a risk, but they also wanted to put on a show that was entertaining.
The Beach Boys performed for the first-ever Australian Christmas show, on December 25, in 2016.
The concert was the band’s first international one and their first time playing to audiences outside of Australia.
“Christmas was a big thing in the 80s, but in the 90s it got lost,” says Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, the singer of the band.
“The whole idea of Christmas was to have fun, and that’s really what the Beach is all about.”
Poppers grandfather, John Poppers, who played guitar in the Beach boys for 20 years, played in the band for five years.
He played drums for the band in the late ’70, but had the chance to reunite with the band after his father passed away.
“He was a very close friend, and when he died I had the privilege of being able to say goodbye to him, so I wanted to say ‘I want to do it for you,’ and we played in a show together,” he said.
“I was very sad when I saw him, I said goodbye to all my family and friends, and he was one of my favorite people.