94FM THE FISH Brings the Sounds AND Sights of Christmas to Nashville

It’s Not Christmas Until Nashville’s 94FM The Fish
and Gaylord Opryland Say It Is…

And that, they did.

Nashville’s 94FM The Fish invited listeners into TWO incredible holiday celebrations rolled into one on Friday: the flip to Christmas music on the station, and the lighting of Gaylord Opryland.

“This year more than ever, our community needs to be reminded of the reason we hold onto hope,” says Jeremy Sweat, 94FM The Fish Program Director. “We are thrilled to partner with Gaylord Opryland to bring Christmas to the city early, through both sight and sound.”

Friday at 5pm, the flip to Christmas music on The Fish – the first radio station in the city to introduce the holidays this year – coincided with the lighting of Gaylord Opryland, one of the largest Christmas light displays in the country, in a live broadcast from the venue.

This season, Nashville listeners can enjoy Christmas favorites on 94FM The Fish, and also take part in some new ways to wrap their arms around the community.

“This year we are expanding our toy and food drive with Metro Police Christmas Charities to even further meet some very specific felt needs for Nashville families through our Share the Love campaign,” says Sweat.

The Fish can be heard in Nashville at 93.7, 94.1, and 104.9 FM, online at thefishnashville.com, in the 94FM The Fish app, or by enabling 94FM The Fish on a smart speaker.

(PHOTO: Doug Griffin, Afternoon Drive Host, enjoying a Christmas exhibit at Opryland during his live broadcast)

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