Dierks Bentley brought some rock and roll energy to the 'CMA Country Christmas' special on ABC Thursday (Dec. 20) with his cover of 'Christmas (Baby Please Come Home).'

While his backing band wore suits and red ties to get in the Christmas spirit, Bentley stayed loose in a button-down shirt and jeans as he sang the classic tune first made famous by Darlene Love nearly 50 years ago.

A giant jukebox appeared on the video screen behind him between two Christmas trees as Bentley sang the familiar words, "The snow's coming down / I'm watching it fall / Lots of people around / Baby please come home / The church bells in town / They're ringing a song / What a happy sound / Baby please come home."

Singing about home is nothing new for Bentley, who is nominated for a 2013 Grammy Award for his No. 1 single 'Home,' which comes from his album called 'Home.' Guess we know where to find this superstar on Christmas Day!

Watch Dierks Bentley Perform 'Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)'