Listening to Christmas music is guaranteed to get you in the holiday spirit. The ever popular "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" or "Frosty the Snowman" will have children singing in backseat, and familiar tunes like "Joy to the World" and "Silent Night" will bring back warm memories of years past. The sounds of the season seem to transcend time and unite us together in hope for peace throughout the year.
Many radio stations dedicate their air time to playing your favorite holiday hits all month long. To cheer up your holiday travels, you can find old and new Christmas favorites on these radio stations across the Carolinas.
WKQC considers itself the exclusive Christmas music station for Charlotte. The station uses holiday-themed jingles and changes its name to “Christmas 104.7” when it shifts to its all Christmas playlist. Other Christmas stations to tune into include WMAG 99.5 in Raleigh and WRAL 101.5.
In South Carolina, you can hear your holiday favorites on the Low Country’s Christmas music station Y102.5. Other stations include 98.7 Christmas on the River and WBBQ 104.3 in Augusta.
Streaming and Satellite Options
Pandora and iHeart Radio stream Christmas music for when you "Need a Little Christmas." You can also listen to contemporary holiday tunes on Channel 13 "Holly" and more traditional carols on Channel 18 "Holiday Traditions" on Sirius XM.
From all of us at AAA Auto Buying, we hope you enjoy your travels and have a wonderful holiday season!
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