HOL-I-DAY (def)
1. day free from work that one may spend at leisure, espe­cial­ly a day on which cus­tom or the law dic­tates a halt­ing of gen­er­al busi­ness activ­i­ty to com­mem­o­rate or cel­e­brate a par­tic­u­lar event.
2. reli­gious feast day; a holy day.
3. Chiefly British A vaca­tion. Often used in the phrase on hol­i­day.

intr.v. holi·dayedholi·day·ingholi·days 

After 19 straight months of broad­cast­ing, and stay-at-home orders, we are tak­ing an oh-so-brief holiday.

What does that mean?
1. Great music will con­tin­ue to broad­cast 24/7
2. Some of our reg­u­lar week­ly fea­tures will not be running
3. “Dreams of Rio” should still run at Noon & 4pm slt/pacific on Friday
4. The month­ly live broad­cast of “The Mag­ic of The Musi­cal” — this month fea­tur­ing the work of Stephen Sond­heim — will still broad­cast this Sat­ur­day at 2pm slt/pacific.
Thank you for your support.
Stay Tuned!