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Coming up…

Hey friends! I wanted to post a few items of business coming up in the next little bit. Starting in October, I will be starting to mix in some Halloween music. This will be music that isn’t Country, but is appropriate for the Season. You’ll hear great tunes like Ghostbusters, Thriller and Monster Mash. I know there are some of you die-hard fans that may find it difficult to bear such a burden. Rest assured, it will only be 1-2 songs per hour. In the past, I’ve also programmed a special day of all Halloween music and a live show on Halloween night. Due to other previous commitments, I will not be able to do this. However, I will be able to continue the tradition of playing the original broadcast of the War of the Worlds from 1948! This will be played, in it’s entirety at 8pm Mountain. Pretty exciting stuff!

The next item is our 100% Christmas music that begins the day after Thanksgiving. On November 25th, we go all Christmas! This is a long-held tradition on this station, for years before we became America’s Country. Since we are a Country station now, we will try to have more Christmas songs performed by Country performers. We also only play 2 station IDs per hour, this means very low interruption so you can play our station in your homes or your businesses and it will create a wonderful soundtrack for the Holiday Season. Christmas music will go all the way up to New Year’s Eve. Of course, we will be commercial-free so why would you listen to anything else?

I’m really excited for the coming months here at America’s Country! Keep your eyes peeled as we will for sure have more info and details as things get closer. Thank you for listening and sticking with America’s Country!

-Timmy

100% Christmas Music 2010!

OK, all you jolly folks! It’s time to roll out the fun and frivolity of 100% Christmas Music! We’ve got a huge library just bursting to be played! Over a century of great Holiday favorites! Here’s what we’re going to do for you:

  • Absolutely NO COMMERCIALS
  • Very few station IDs to interrupt the joy (only 2x an hour!)
  • Absolutely NO DJ Talk (holiday weekend programming excepted)
  • Absolutely NO Non-Christmas/Holiday Music
  • 24/7 Christmas Music from midnight on Friday 11/26 through midnight on Friday 12/31

A few notes to be aware of:

  • Weekend shows that do not feature Christmas music will be postponed until 2011
  • Sundays will NOT feature LDS Music, “An Inspired Selection”
  • There will be no more Timmy LIVE! Shows this year
  • Webcam updates will resume in 2011
  • We will return the 128kbps MP3 stream!

How you can participate:

  • Invite your family and friends to listen!
  • Leave a Holiday Message or Greeting on our Listener Voicemail: 801-788-4916
  • Call, Text, Email or Comment your Holiday Song requests! studio@kxrtonline.com
  • Have KXRT playing all day at home, at work and in the car!
  • ‘LIKE’ our Facebook Page: http://facebook.com/KXRTRadio

We look forward to being your Christmas Music Soundtrack this Holiday Season! Please share this post with the buttons provided below!

Thank you and Happy Holidays!

-Timmy

Christmas Music Update

Merry Christmas!
Merry Christmas!
Happy Holidays from the New KXRT! I created the playlist for Thanksgiving and included 2 Christmas songs per hour for your holiday! This should help get the Holiday Spirit charged up in your homes. At midnight, on Black Friday, our 24/7 Christmas Music Extravaganza begins! You will be delighted, inspired and perhaps even wonder where that song came from! Our main goal is to make your All Christmas station stand out and be different than any other radio, satellite or internet station. You will hear all your traditional favorites, but you will be surprised with songs that are performed by folks that you may have never heard of or knew they did any Christmas songs. We also throw in plenty of silly songs that may inspire your eyebrow to raise on its own.

We look forward to entertaining you and your friends and family this Christmas Season! Do them a favor and let them know how to listen.

Happy Thanksgiving and Merry Christmas!

-Timmy