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    In Boston we have two stations that go head to head playing Christmas music, and they have already started..
    Oldies 103.3 and WROR 105.7

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    Lite 102.9 here in Charlotte, NC is playing Christmas music from now until Christmas!!!! I was so excited to turn on the radio this morning and still hear the carols and songs I had been listening to during their preview weekends! Here's a link their site: http://www.wlyt.com
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    BOTH holiday stations are already playing Christmas music here in Charlotte!!!! K 104.7 and Lite 102.9 have the holiday music going from now until Christmas!!!!!! :D :D :D :D
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    Pumpkin Jack up there beat me to the punch.

    I listen to the two stations he mentioned above as well as a homemade compilation I made of the many Christmas cds I have.

    Drafin

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    I can't wait until the radio stations play non stop CHristmas music. I listen to 104.7 on the weekends for the CHristmas music and 103.7 during the week. I am not sure if they play CHristmas music on that station I have not heard any.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Drafin View Post
    Pumpkin Jack up there beat me to the punch.

    I listen to the two stations he mentioned above as well as a homemade compilation I made of the many Christmas cds I have.

    Drafin
    Hello and welcome!

    Glad you're enjoying the nonstop Christmas music on 102.9 and 104.7 as well!

    Merry Christmas,
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    Quote Originally Posted by onemagicalchristmas View Post
    I can't wait until the radio stations play non stop CHristmas music. I listen to 104.7 on the weekends for the CHristmas music and 103.7 during the week. I am not sure if they play CHristmas music on that station I have not heard any.
    Bobbi, 104.7 is already playing Christmas music during the week! Turn it on!
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    Smile classical

    ok, call me an odd one, but I didn't grow up with "classic" Christmas music like Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Dean Martin, etc... (though everyone outside my family seems to have.) What I love is the classical type; Canadian Brass, Robert Shaw Chorale, Chanticleer, and a list of many others too long to mention. There are no radio stations that play non-stop classical Christmas music; the ones that play non-stop only play the 'classic' ones, which are ok, but not what I throroughly enjoy. So, I listen to aol radio and listen mostly to their Classical Holiday and World Holiday stations. oops, I didn't mean to put a sad blue face next to my subject heading. sorry. I LOVE CHRISTMAS!!!!
    Last edited by steph535; 11-20-2008 at 05:40 PM.

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    In SE Michigan, WNIC FM 100.3 has been broadcasting Christmas music since early November. I'm also enjoying Sirius XM's channel, Holly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steph535 View Post
    ok, call me an odd one, but I didn't grow up with "classic" Christmas music like Frank Sinatra, Bing Crosby, Dean Martin, etc... (though everyone outside my family seems to have.) What I love is the classical type; Canadian Brass, Robert Shaw Chorale, Chanticleer, and a list of many others too long to mention. There are no radio stations that play non-stop classical Christmas music; the ones that play non-stop only play the 'classic' ones, which are ok, but not what I throroughly enjoy. So, I listen to aol radio and listen mostly to their Classical Holiday and World Holiday stations. oops, I didn't mean to put a sad blue face next to my subject heading. sorry. I LOVE CHRISTMAS!!!!
    Have you checked out AccuHolidays? They have a Classical Christmas channel that is great! I've been listening to it lately and I really enjoy it. I believe this link will take you to the righr channel: Classical Christmas. Enjoy!
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