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Name A Favorite Radio Station (AM or FM) and Where It's Located

name your favorite radio station that you listen to you can have more then one i like the 70s and 80s i bet there is alot of differn't radio station out there since there is so many cat people on the website if you can put the link up so we can try and find it maybe we can listen to it that way will get a idea what kind of music you like
north myrtle beach sc

www.949thesurf.com shaggers music
http://www.cool1049.com/station.html this is the top 4os hits 80s and today
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What a cool idea, Rhonda!

I listen to Smooth most of the time, but I also listen to BBC 6 Music

I especially like 6 Music on the weekend, as I love Craig Charles!
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I love Energy 103 in London Ontario, Canada....I miss home!

We only have one English radio station where I live now!...and it's AM!!
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WXRT Chicago...it's basically an alt-rock station, but they generally play a really good variety.

Come to think of it, since the dawn of iPod/iTunes, I don't listen to much radio anymore...hmmm...
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Fox 101.3 Out of Grand Rapids, MI
The Fox Rocks!!!!!
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I never really listen to the radio anymore, but when I used to it was:

XL106.7 - Top 40, 90's & today
Real Rock 101.1 - Alternative, rock
102 Jams (101.9) - R&B, hip-hop

All Orlando, FL stations!
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I listen to BFBS Radio 1 at the British Base in Suffield!

The other popular radio station here which I barely listen to is My96 from Medicine Hat.
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Oh, I'm a CBC girl! The Radio One (usually AM) offerings are local, and in the local time. The Radio Two offerings (FM) are streamed out of Toronto, so always in Eastern Time. (Weird to check the feed on the computer, and hear the programme that WILL BE on three hours from now on the radio!) Only relevant if you want to check programme listings, otherwise music is music, eh?

Radio Two is where I spend my time. The offerings are largely classical, but with quite a bit of jazz, world music, alternative music, etc., and enough news to know when I need to search out more detail. Radio One is more news and talk and documentary and assorted music thrown in.
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I love XM Satellite Radio! X-Country (that's pronounced cross country) is the best station ever. They play all the really good alternative country music that mainstream radio would never play. The Reverand Horton Heat's Rockabilly Radio Show is so much fun to listen to, and they have my favorite, Webb Wilder, as their afternoon DJ. It is broadcast from the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville. Since it is satellite radio, you can listen to it from the east coast to the west coast.
Work hard, Rock hard, Eat hard, Sleep hard, Grow big, Wear glasses if ya' need 'em! The Webb Wilder credo!
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KSHE 95 The Rock of St. Louis, Classic rock plus they have Bob and Tom on in the mornings.
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Well it used to be KISW , until they canned my favorite morning host and his crew.

Not sure what station he's at now, or where, but he was Bob Rivers &Twisted Radio
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Music: KISW 99.9 FM the Rock of Seattle

Talk: KIRO 710 AM the news and traffic leader

Shock: KQBZ 107.7 M the Buzz of Seattle
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Originally Posted by Arlyn
Well it used to be KISW , until they canned my favorite morning host and his crew.

Not sure what station he's at now, or where, but he was Bob Rivers &Twisted Radio

Bob Rivers moved to the AM show on KZOK 102.5 FM. Hubby listens to them. Unfortunately this station is the only one is Seattle that hasn't jumped on the live stream bandwagon.
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on shoutcast.com I listen to Arman van buren's broadcast every thursday? evening I think? I forget.

I love shoutcast!!! club 977 is cool for 80's music
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I like to listen to:

Radio Isla 1320 AM,

KQ 105 FM,

Both of them from San Juan, Puerto Rico, country with the largest amount of radio stations per square mile.
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Classic Rock 105.9

It's in decatur somewhere.
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