Christmas SPIRIT Arrives Early in 2020 at KCMS SPIRIT 105.3 in Seattle

November 3, 2020 (SEATTLE) – This morning SPIRIT 105.3 (KCMS – Seattle) announced the start of a 52-day run of Christmas music on the station for 2020. Through December 25th, SPIRIT 105.3 will become CHRISTMAS SPIRIT 105.3, featuring a 100% music conversion to Christmas favorites.

For most of the last two decades, SPIRIT 105.3 has consistently converted to a period of all Christmas music beginning Thanksgiving evening and running through Christmas day. Today marks what is believed to be the earliest switch in station history, and was inspired by the wishes of SPIRIT 105.3 loyal listeners during this unique period in history.

“We’ve heard from so many of our listeners this year that they would love an ‘extra helping’ of the comfort and joy that accompanies how our station celebrates the Christmas season,” stated KCMS General Manager Channah Hanberg. “SPIRIT 105.3 is excited to have the chance to bring some extra Christmas joy to our listeners and to the community we serve.”

Added KCMS Program Director Ty McFarland: “With everything we are all collectively going through in 2020, Christmas music is the perfect reminder that there is still plenty of joy out there in the world, and we at CHRISTMAS SPIRIT 105.3 are committed to delivering it.”

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