iHeartRadio Holiday Special to Feature Cher, Elton John, and Other Celebrities Celebrating the Switch to Christmas Music


Cher gets here to the Los Angeles best of ‘The Promise’ at TCL Chinese Theatre on April 12, 2017 in Hollywood, Calif. 

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iHeartMedia is entering the joyful state of mind with the return of the iHeartRadio Holiday Special, which will certainly take control of air conditioner and Classic Hits terminals across the country and the iHeartRadio application on Nov. 22.

Hosted by Mario Lopez, the two-hour unique occasion will certainly include meetings with Cher, Elton John, Train, David Foster and Katharine McPhee, Meghan Trainor, Rob Thomas, and Ryan Tedder of OneRepublic reviewing their favored vacation tracks and customs. 

The news comes Friday (Nov. 10), which notes iHeartRadio’s yearly flip to vacation songs on greater than 85 terminals throughout the nation.

“Listeners look forward to that special day when we convert so many of our stations to Christmas music because it means that the holiday season has really started,” stated Tom Poleman, primary shows policeman for iHeartMedia, in a press declaration. “To celebrate we are bringing back the iHeartRadio Holiday Special with Cher, David Foster and Katharine McPhee, Elton John, Meghan Trainor, Rob Thomas, Ryan Tedder and Train who will be sharing their personal holiday memories.”

It’s not a surprise that Cher will certainly make a legendary look throughout the unique, as she’s fresh off the launch of her very first vacation cd, Christmas, which debuted at No. 1 on Billboard‘s Top Holiday Albums chart last month. Produced by her long time manufacturer Mark Taylor, the collection consists of the tale’s analyses of “Santa Baby,” “Run Rudolph Run” and “Please Come Home For Christmas.”

Cher lately told Billboard that she “had no intention of doing a Christmas album. But [Warner Records] said, ‘Why don’t you do a Christmas album, Cher?’ and I said if I can do my version I’ll do it, and they were very pleasant.”

Elton John is commemorating half a century of his jingly solitary “Step Into Christmas,” which until now actually peaked at No. 84 on Billboard‘s Holiday 100 graph in 2017.

Listeners can listen to vacation songs throughout the iHeartRadio application on terminals consisting of iHeartChristmas, playing all the vacation faves; North Pole Radio, organized by Santa Claus and including a message line where children can leave Christmas yearns for the large guy himself; iHeartChristmas Classics, the location to listen to all the classic vacation standards; or vacation networks playing all sort of songs, consisting of iHeartCountry Christmas, iHeartChristmas Jazz, iHeartChristmas R&B, iHeartChristmas Rock, Holiday Season Radio and much more. Search “iHeart Holiday” in the application to discover all the Christmas songs alternatives.



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