The stars of the music world have been busy on social media for the holidays, posting messages for their fans to celebrate Christmas Day. Kiss, for example, tweeted the impressive Yuletide graphic you see above, with the words “Thanks to Joey Narviz for sharing this #KISSmas art with us.”
Ringo Starr weighed in by writing: “Happy Christmas Beatle people peace and love” while Paul McCartney, in a Q&A about the festive season on his website, responded to a question about his favourite Christmas by revealing that it was “probably when my kids were growing up. With the anticipation of Father Christmas coming and with the opening of the presents on Christmas morning. Even though the kids always got you up a little bit too early!”
Ozzy Osbourne posted the vintage Yuletide image of himself that you see here, and from the country world, Luke Bryan’s Twitter message read: “Happy holidays y’all. Hope it’s spent with family and friends.” Garth Brooks took the opportunity to thank his audiences for their incredible response to his live shows, and not only in 2018: “Thank YOU for three of the greatest years of our lives,” he wrote. “78 cities, 390 performances, 6.4 million tickets. We love our band, crew and EVERY single one of you. This is not goodbye…it is get ready for what’s NEXT!!!! Love, g.”
Elton John’s Twitter account featured a photo of the star with staff from his company, Rocket Entertainment, “getting festive” at their Christmas party. Aerosmith reminded their fans of seasons past with a picture (right) capturing the band live on stage in full Christmas regalia at the Worcester Centrum in Massachusetts in December 1994.
Lady Gaga, meanwhile, wrote the following heartfelt message: “Wishing you the happiest possible of holidays and remembering we’re all in this as one family: Humanity. #BeKind this season. I have so much love for you little monsters and for the world!”