November denotes the beginning of the holiday season, and the most magnificent season implies festive music.
To commend its annual switch to holiday music its stations on Friday (Nov. 6), iHeartMedia reported its iHeartRadio Holiday Special, a virtual show facilitated by Mario Lopez.
The 30-minute function will highlight bubbly exhibitions via Carrie Underwood, who as of late delivered her first Christmas collection, My Gift, and Josh Groban. The Preservation Hall Jazz Band will likewise perform three occasion works of art from the Preservation Hall in New Orleans.
“The anticipation and excitement surrounding our stations’ flip to Christmas music is a staple of the holiday season for our listeners across the country, and we are thrilled to celebrate this festive occasion with our first ‘iHeartRadio Holiday Special,’” said Tom Poleman, chief programming officer for iHeartMedia. “Given all the country is going through, we know everyone needs the uplifting spirit of holiday music. I can’t think of a better way to kick off the sounds of the holiday season for our music fans than with an intimate performance from Carrie Underwood and Josh Groban across our stations and on Oculus and iHeartRadio’s Facebook and YouTube pages.”
The show will communicate on Nov. 25 at 7 p.m. nearby time over iHeartMedia’s AC, HOT AC and Classic Hits stations cross country and on the iHeartRadio application. Video transfer will be accessible iHeartRadio’s YouTube and Facebook pages, in addition to in VR on the Venues application for Oculus Quest.