|Candace Cameron Bure|
hosts KLOVE Christmas
image via: Facebook
* K-LOVE MUSIC CITY CHRISTMAS *
UP-TV Christmas Special
Premieres: Monday, December 9 at 8 p.m. EDT
Via UP-TV Press Release: UP and contemporary national radio powerhouse KLOVE partner to create the very first K-LOVE Christmas music special, hosted by Candace Cameron Bure (actress, best known as D.J. Tanner on 80's Sitcom “Full House”, and UP Movies "The Heart of Christmas", “Finding Normal”, and many other Made-for-TV family movies).
The special will include interviews and performances of beloved Christmas Standards and New Original Songs by Top Contemporary Music Artists, including TobyMac (who Won the 2013 Dove Award for "Artist of the Year") , Newsboys, with for KING & COUNTRY, Mandisa, Colton Dixon, Kari Jobe, Matthew West, David Crowder, and Tenth Avenue North.
“We are excited that the very first “K-LOVE Music City Christmas” special will premiere on UP,” shared David Pierce, K-LOVE and Air1's Chief Creative Officer. “The network is the ideal partner to present this beautiful Christmas special that is filled with spirited musical performances and meaning.”
“K-LOVE Music City Christmas” features musical performances of classic holiday carols such as “O Holy Night” (Kari Jobe), “We Three Kings” (Tenth Avenue North) and “Go Tell It On The Mountain” (Crowder) with a duet performance of “Jingle Bell Rock” (Newsboys with for KING & COUNTRY). Fans will also hear original songs from TobyMac (“Christmas This Year”), Brandon Heath (“Just A Girl”) and UP’s Emmy®-nominated movie title song “The Heart of Christmas” from Matthew West. Plus, the special features “American Idol” alumni Mandisa (“Christmas Day”) and Colton Dixon (“Jingle Bells”).
|Matthew West performs "Heart of Christmas" |
image via: MergePR
So, you can either watch it on TV, on the UP channel, or listen on your radio, in December, on the KLOVE station.
UP TV can be found on DirecTV Channel 338, Dish Network Channel 188, Verizon FiOS Channel 224, and other cable providers.
K-LOVE's radio programming is simulcast on over 440 FM stations and translators in 47 states. Please click here: for complete K-LOVE Station List, by state. You can also listen to KLOVE on-line. It is the sixth-most online-streamed station in the world!