During NBC's Christmas at Graceland special on Wednesday night (Nov. 29), Lainey Wilson performed.
"Santa Claus Is Back in Town" while sporting her most festive bell bottoms and even a seasonal cowboy hat.
The program, which honored Elvis Presley and was the first televised concert to be taped in Presley's famous Graceland estate in Memphis, Tennessee, was opened by the current CMA Entertainer of the Year.
Wilson performed in front of a spectacular display of lights that decorated the iconic Graceland exterior, as well as vintage cars and decorated Christmas trees.
Nowadays, "Santa Claus Is Back in Town" is a Christmas classic, but Presley's rendition of the song in the late 1950s was the one that made it popular.
The song was written in 1957 by Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller, and Elvis Presley recorded it for Elvis' Christmas Album, which, according to Billboard, is still the best-selling Christmas album ever.
Wilson's rendition of "Santa Claus" retained the bluesy, hip-shaking rock 'n' roll authenticity of the original while also incorporating.
A little of her trademark '70s flair—she even sang a verse of the song while perched on a truck bed.