Christmas music on, Rockefeller Center tree found in Queensbury


In earlier harbingers of upcoming holiday season, 103.9 FM – The Breeze resumes all-Christmas-music format as NBC picks tree for New York headquarters

Soon an 82-foot spruce tree in Queensbury will get this treatment. NBC New York says a Glens Falls family is donating the tree that will be decorated outside Rockefeller Center. This photograph shows the 84th Annual Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony on Nov. 30, 2016 in New York City. / AFP PHOTO / ANGELA WEISSANGELA WEISS/AFP/Getty Images 


Sure, it’s Nov. 1 but two staples of upstate Christmas are already in place.

Radio station 103.9 FM – The Breeze reupped its annual tradition of turning on its all-Christmas music format at 9 a.m.

Breeze director of content Matty Jeff in a statement announcing the format change said “we wanted to tap into the joy of the season as early as possible.”

Meanwhile, a reconnaissance team from NBC New York has identified the fir tree that will be felled later this month so it can be installed and decorated outside Rockefeller Center in New York City.

The station says the favored 82-foot spruce is currently in Queensbury and will be donated by the Lebowitz family of Glens Falls.

The tree will be cut down later this month and driven to Manhattan. There, it will be decorated with thousands of lights and erected next to the famous ice rink.





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