KCRW Music Announcement

KCRW’s Special Music Programming for the Holidays

KCRW’s Special Music Programming for the Holidays

KCRW will celebrate the holiday season with an annual Christmas show special from DJ Tom Schnabel and a New Years Eve blow out, as well as a countdown of the station’s most played albums, favorite Morning Becomes Eclectic performances, and some top picks to look forward to in 2013.

See the full schedule below:

Christmas Week and New Years Eve:

Monday, December 24 (Christmas Eve):
9am-noon — Morning Becomes Eclectic hosted by Jason Bentley
8pm-midnight – KCRW’s 24-hour music channel Eclectic24 will stream live on 89.9FM.

Eclectic24, programmed by KCRW DJ Chris Douridas, blends the collected talents and tastes of all the station’s DJs into a non-stop stream of music.

(All midnight music shows run as scheduled throughout the holiday)

Tuesday, December 25 (Christmas Day):
9am to noon – DJ and former music director Tom Schnabel hosts his annual Christmas show. Music from the past and present, the sacred and the secular, and around the globe.
8pm-midnight – Eclectic24

Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, December 26, 27 and 28
Jason Bentley returns to host Morning Becomes Eclectic
All other music shows run as scheduled.

Saturday, December 29
2pm-5pm – Most Played Albums of 2012 Countdown hosted by DJ and Music Librarian Eric J Lawrence, plus a look forward to 2013.

Monday, December 31 (New Year’s Eve)
10pm-3am – KCRW’s New Year’s Eve bash – “Midnight Madness” — hosted by Raul Campos and featuring mixes from many KCRW DJs.

Tuesday, January 1 (New Year’s Day)
9am – noon: Hear Jason Bentley’s favorite live performances of 2012 and more.
8pm-midnight – Eclectic24


Rachel Reynolds
Music Publicity Director
1900 Pico Blvd.
Santa Monica, CA 90405
(310) 314-4625 DIRECT

About KCRW:

KCRW 89.9FM is an NPR affiliate serving Southern California and licensed to Santa Monica College. The public radio station represents cutting edge radio at its best, presenting an eclectic mix of independent music, news, talk and arts programming. The terrestrial signal serves Los Angeles, Orange, and V entura counties, as well as parts of San Diego, San Bernardino, Kern, and Santa Barbara counties and the greater Palm Springs area. KCRW’ s programming is internationally renowned and available worldwide at KCRW.com. KCRW offers an all-music channel, Eclectic24, an all news channel and on-air simulcast. . Podcasts and archives of our locally-produced programs and live band performances are available on our website, as well as on our smartphone apps for the iPhone, Android and Blackberry. KCRW’s acclaimed Music Mine app for iPad is dedicated to music discovery.