PHOENIX — There is nothing wrong with having some Christmas cheer early -- even if it is only March.
As spirits darken during the coronavirus pandemic, some people have resorted to hanging out their Christmas lights early. Now, a Phoenix radio station is taking the Yuletide feeling an extra step, announcing it will play Christmas music this weekend, KNXV reported.
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FM station KEZ announced on its website it would play Christmas Music on Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 7 p.m. to midnight.
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“People are asking us to play it, let’s play some," KEZ morning host Beth McDonald announced on the station’s website. "You know me, I love Christmas music. I listen to Charlie Brown Christmas all year. If it helps people, let’s do it.”
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