World’s Smallest Carolers

LUFKIN/NACOGDOCHES –On November 7th, we recorded The World’s Smallest Carolers at KSWP/KAVX to spread some joy and cheer. After Thanksgiving you will begin hearing these World’s Smallest Carolers over the air, sharing their favorite Christmas Carol.

What is the World’s Smallest Caroler, you may ask? They are the smallest carolers in the world, ages 4-8, singing a favorite Christmas Carol with all their heart. The turn out this year was an absolute success. In spite some changes in how the carolers were recorded this year, there was still lots of JOY and PEACE at the station. The JOY they brought was undeniable and contagious!

“The World’s Smallest Carolers are a real favorite for all,” says KSWP/KAVX Program and Music Director, Michelle Ross. “On sign up day we had about 9,600 calls trying to get one of the 31 spots. Those kids work so hard and do a great job.”

You can hear these carolers once an hour beginning December 12th on both stations, 90.9 KSWP/91.9 KAVX. For a schedule, visit

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