Latin American cultures (which is my background) continue to celebrate the Christmas holiday season up until the day of Epiphany on January 6 (and some even after that). Epiphany in Western Christianity celebrates the visit of the Magi (i.e. the three kings, or the three wise men) to Jesus just after his birth. (Whether this is historically accurate, I will leave for others to debate.) It is also known, more popularly, as "Three Kings Day."
Well, as I am still celebrating the Christmas holidays, I thought I'd post an '80s-related video that connects with the holiday. The best I could do is this rockin' version of "We Three Kings" from '70s and '80s new wave group Blondie. (!!) The song came out in 2009, and it's . . . different. I do love Blondie though. And Three Kings Day is here. So enjoy!!
(Thanks to Michael Gaylin via Youtube.)
Since my Christmas tree is still up, let me add this: Daryl Hall and John Oates doing their version of "Jingle Bell Rock." Its from 1983, so authentically '80s! And the video sure looks it. Love that '80s quirkiness!! Enjoy!!
(Thanks to hallandoatesVEVO.)