How do you follow up playing nothing but Christmas music for nearly two months? If you’re Seymour/Green Bay radio station WKZG 104.3, you play nothing but “Weird Al” Yankovic music, of course.

Yes, following WKZG’s annual shift to 24/7 Christmas music on November 1, the employee-owned station rebranded itself as “Weird Al Radio” on Tuesday, playing nothing but the music of the Weird One. The sudden/delightful format change (known as “stunting” in the radio biz) will likely last until January 3, 2023. That’s when the station will change its call letters to WFZZ and unveil its new, permanent format.

Until then, you can tune in over the air or online and enjoy nothing but Weird Al hits like “Amish Paradise” and “White & Nerdy,” plus deep cuts like “The Check’s In The Mail and “The Biggest Ball Of Twine In Minnesota.” In other words, all Al, all the time! The man himself even gave the station a shout-out!

Oh, and if you haven’t watched Weird: The Al Yankovic Story yet, WATCH IT IMMEDIATELY.

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