Looks like WLEV (100.7) in Allentown, Pa., has jumped to all-holiday music.
The most celebrated and important female artist of the last half-century. The world has been "hung up" on her since she announced to Dick Clark in 1984 that she wanted to rule the world. And RULE it she has...
Will/should others follow? If there's a better thread for this post, please move or let me know. There really isn't a definite version as far as I can tell. Though I've heard Dean Martin's version in past years.
"That's dangerous driving baby, the policeman said, I can smell the passion of another man on your breath..." - Carly Simon
KOIT 96.5 San Francisco started the Monday BEFORE Thanksgiving....I've complained for years, but they say that listener surveys like it. Sirius XM 58 (Prime Country) & XM 70 (love songs) both started with Thanksgiving....
Personally, I detest commercial Christmas music. And while "Santa Baby" & "Baby It's Cold Outside" fall into the pile of things I detest, they aren't offensive in the slightest...both are 'Mad Men' era tunes....If it offends you turn it off.
I live on Long Island. There are so many AC and Hot AC stations from different markets I can get that it's a good place for non-Christmas AC music in December. New York City's WLTW 106.7 went back to normal on the 26th or 27th.
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