9 ways to listen to Christmas radio stations while online
With Christmas coming soon, Utahns are quick to get into the Holiday spirit by cranking up the Bing, Buble and the Trans-Siberian in eager anticipation.
But, what if you’re stuck at work and want to listen to Christmas music? There are a number of radio stations that are streaming their all-Christmas music format online, including a few stations right here in Utah. Here’s a list of Christmas radio stations that are streaming their music.
DISCLOSURE: The author of this post and owner of 24saltlake.com also works for Broadway Media, which operates KEGA-FM.
93.9 My Fm, Chicago
Listen to Christmas and Holiday tunes, including Burl Ives, John Lennon and Bobby Helms, and newer Holiday songs from Mariah Carey and Martina McBride.
The Eagle 101.5 and 105.1 FM, Salt Lake City
Holiday songs from Luke Bryan, Jake Owen and Brad Paisley, with a Country twist.
Lite 95.9, Calgary
The Christmas playlist includes Rob Thomas, Sarah McLachlan and Madonna, plus Canadian artists like Jann Arden, the barenaked ladies and Roch Voisine.
Christmas Music 24/7, Live365.com
This online music station has an extensive Christmas music playlist, with tunes from Mannheim Steamroller, Michael Allen Harrison and Bob Sirois, among others.
Christmas Lounge, Soma FM
The elves want to chill! Featuring downtempo and lounge Christmas music from Sutro Heights, Jack Johnson and Carribean Jazz Project.
Christmas Rocks, Soma FM
This online music station blends traditional rock with Indie/Alternative. Holiday music from the likes of Barbary Coasters, Belle & Sebastian, Bob Dylan and Dave Matthews Band.
Christmas Radio, CBN
Traditional carols, Christmas classics and contemporary songs from Christian artists.
Christmas music, The Mormon Channel
Christmas and inspiration music from The Mormon Tabernacle Choir, Kurt Bestor and more.
Christmas Smooth Jazz, 181.FM
Smooth Jazz and vocal music from Barry Manilow, Dave Koz and Bryan Lubeck.
Do you enjoy listening to holiday music on Utah radio? Do you prefer to wait until closer to Christmas?
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