Which Atlanta radio stations play Christmas music

Atlanta is the homeland of ’80s and’ 90s hits and hasn’t done away with those songs in favor of Christmas tunes. Still, he sprinkled a few standards between the numbers of Maroon 5 and Dua Lipa. Some songs that have been performed include “Rockin ‘Around The Christmas Tree” by Brenda Lee as well as “Let It Snow” by Dean Martin.

Kiss 104.1

The city’s R&B station is sticking mostly to ’90s and contemporary R&B, but it has added some Christmas music. “Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas” by the Whispers, “At Christmas Time” by Luther Vandross and “All I Want For Christmas Is You” by Mariah Carey are some of the songs that have been shot.

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Praise 102.5

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104.7 Fish

Expect to hear Christmas tunes around the clock on this inspiring station, 104.7 The Fish. Celine Dion’s interpretation of “O Holy Night” and Vince Guaraldi Trio’s “Linus & Lucy” are some of the songs that are in the station’s rotation as well as more religious songs such as “O Come, O Come, Emmanuel Aaron Shust.

Joy FM

Contemporary Christian station The Joy broadcasts Christmas music without interruption. Songs include “Believe” by Josh Groban and “Here We Come A-Caroling” by Perry Como.


Former Christian pop station Talk 106.7 now K-Love is broadcasting religious Christmas carols this season. Songs that have been performed include Needtobreathe’s “Silent Night” and Zach Williams’ version of “Go Tell It on the Mountain”.

Did you hear Christmas carols on some radio stations that we missed? Email avery.newmark@ajc.com and we’ll add them.

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