TVD Radar: Radio Woodstock presents ‘Record Day’ special programming, 11/26

VIA PRESS RELEASE | A Special Music Programming Experience on Thanksgiving Day

Celebrating 40 years as an independent broadcaster, Radio Woodstock (100.1 WDST licensed to Woodstock, New York) celebrates the Thanksgiving holiday connecting listeners with the record albums that have had an enduring impact on their lives. “Record Day” asks engaged listeners to submit their favorite albums they are “most thankful for.” Radio Woodstock will play these entire albums on Thursday, November 26, 2020 from 7am-10pm, creating the ultimate listener-curated Thanksgiving day album soundtrack.

The “Record Day” line-up includes The Last Waltz by The Band, 11-17-70 by Elton John, Arlo Guthrie’s Alice’s Restaurant Massacree (scheduled for 9AM), and Alice’s Restaurant Massacree Revisited (scheduled for 12pm). Listeners can submit their favorite albums by emailing [email protected] and can tune in 100.1 FM in the Hudson Valley, or listen to the live stream worldwide via the iHeartRadio app or online at radiowoodstock.com. “Record Day” is supported by Gary DiMauro Real Estate and Darkside Records in Poughkeepsie.

Radio Woodstock’s Director of Programming Greg Gattine says, “This year let’s be especially grateful for the music and how it connects us to ourselves, to each other and to the universe. On Thanksgiving let’s go back to a time when we listened to the whole album, in order from side A to side B, and have the shared experience that we’re all listening to Rock n’ Roll history.”

ABOUT RADIO WOODSTOCK | Radio Woodstock 100.1 WDST, tagged “the coolest radio station on the planet” by listeners and members of the music-radio industry, is proud to be one of the remaining independently owned and locally operated radio stations in the United States. Celebrating its 40th year of broadcasting, the station has been the recipient of numerous national and regional awards for its eclectic and innovative programming, as well as its unique advertising and listener supported revenue model. Radio Woodstock 100.1 searches out and promotes the development of emerging artists, while paying tribute to established talent.

Radio Woodstock produces many festivals and concerts in the Hudson Valley, including Mountain Jam, now in its 16th year, which has grown to become one of the largest rock music festivals in the Northeast.

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