Jingle Bells written by James Pierpont sometime between 1853 and 1857, was originally called One Horse Open Sleigh and was reportedly for a Thanksgiving program.
James publicly released the song through Ditson and Co. of Boston in 1857, however it wasn’t terribly popular. He tried again to release it in 1859 under the new title Jingle Bells, with it once again flopping.
Three years before Pierpont’s death (1890), the song had become a huge Christmas hit and from 1890 to 1954 it succeeded to maintain a spot on the top 25 most recorded songs in the world.
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