“Alice” has become its own Thanksgiving tradition: radio stations still air it over the holiday and Arlo performs an annual Thanksgiving concert at New York’s Carnegie Hall. “Alice’s Restaurant” had its radio premiere in February of 1967 on New York City’s WBAI-FM, in a live performance, and it almost immediately became a runaway hit. Most big cities have at least one station that does so. "Alice's Restaurant Massacree," the song's official name, is the first track from the album Alice's Restaurant, which was released in 1967 -- the same year KSHE 95 hit the air. Listen online at Q1043.com or on iHeartRadio. Listen live from anywhere for free with your phone, computer, or tablet here. KAOI Radio Group will continue its 30-year tradition of airing Arlo Guthrie’s “Alice’s Restaurant” on Thanksgiving Day, the station announced. Q104.3 is New York's Classic Rock radio live from New York City featuring Jim Kerr Rock & Roll Mornings. It is common for Classic Rock and Adult Alternative radio stations to play “Alice’s Restaurant” during Thanksgiving, a reminder of the infamous “Thanksgiving dinner that couldn’t be beat.” XRT is a RADIO.COM station. Talk & Text Line: 651-989-7625 The rambling, 18-minute epic takes up all of side 1 on Arlo Guthrie's debut album, released in October 1967. Chicago's Finest Rock since 1972. For over 40 years, Arlo Guthire‘s “Alice’s Restaurant” has been a part of our musical culture and a Thanksgiving tradition. The 'Alice's Restaurant Massacree' is based on actual, true events that befell a young Arlo Guthrie and his friend, Rick Robbins, during the Thanksgiving Holiday in 1965. 92KQRS.com: Minnesota's Classic Rock. London's legendary album rock radio station; Alice's Restaurant, will re-launch, and start pilot test transmissions, for a pan-European *real* album rock radio service. Although people have mixed feelings about the annual radio broadcasts of Arlo Guthrie’s 18-minute plus epic “Alice’s Restaurant” on Thanksgiving, it’s something that has become a tradition for many families and radio stations.This year is no exception, with stations all over the country setting aside time on Thanksgiving for the airing of the classic song. From Arlo Guthrie's same-titled album, released by Reprise. It depends on your location about which station plays it.