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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
WLCS am in Baton Rouge.


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the crue
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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
wckw, 92.3 out of new orleans, from the late 80's to late 90's, there was not a better radio station, played classic rock & new rock at the time


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blueridgeTiger
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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
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WIBR in Baton Rouge;


Great station in the late 60s. My wife was an ER nurse who worked 3 to 11 shift. She'd get home about mid-night and we'd listen to WIBR for an hour or so to help her unwind from that stressful job.


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Hetfield
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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
North Louisiana in the 80's & 90's wasn't that bad. You had FM102 in Monroe that was your basic Top 40.

Shreveport had 2 amazing rock stations 98 Rocks & 99X.

Alexandria had 93 KQID which had to have one of the strongest signals in the state & played some major free style non-stop every Friday & Saturday night.

Even though I went to Tech I have to give it to KNLU. It was probably the best alternative radio station I have ever heard in it's heyday from the late 80's to the early 2000's.


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Mr. Misanthrope
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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
WNOE New Orleans
WTIX New Orleans
KAAY Little Rock Friday and Saturday nights Beaker Street


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tk for tu juan
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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
94.5 then 99.1 Z-Rock DFW (Metal/Rock)
Q102 (Rock/Alternative)
97.1 KEGL Eagle 97

DFW Radio History
Pantera live Z-Rock broadcast 6/21/90
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Treacherous Cretin
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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
WLS out of Chicago (World’s Largest Store — Sears). Larry Lujack was the king and Animal Stories ruled.

Growing up in northern Indiana we could still sometimes pick up WLW out of Cincinnati. That was one high powered station.

Honorable mention to WAOR (Album Oriented Rock) out of South Bend. Got exposed to a lot of great music outside the Billboard hits.


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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
AM station out of St.Louis late at night. They played the king biscuit flour hour rock concerts.


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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
96.1 in Georgia. 96 Rock...





Willard every night. Great station
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Wtodd
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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
Rock 103 in Memphis (Redbeard was 1 of the DJs)


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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
KSMB, before it became a disco station
KAAY, Becker Street.


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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
New Orleans in the 70's/80's---Best rock stations were WRNO and WNOE-FM. It was great, especially at night, when they were truly "album rock" stations, and would play things like all 22+ minutes of "Whipping Post" From Live at the Fillmore East.


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MorbidTheClown
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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
WRNO

Even owned these at one time





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DeltaTigerDelta
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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
KPFT in Houston was a liberal “Pacifica” station (whatever that meant). They played weird music and had weird talk shows but no 30 second delay. We would call in just to hear ourselves drop F bombs on the radio.


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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
WJBO FM which became WFMF 102.5 "Loose Radio" in Baton Rouge. Jimmy Beyer had a great show. They would also play the NatLamp Radio Hour and other cool stuff. The '70's were great times for radio listening!


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BunkieWrench
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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
The Electrifying Mojo show on WJLB in Detroit in the early 80's was don't-miss radio. Whodini, Grandmaster Flash, Kraftwerk, etc. There was nothing like it at the time.


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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
adding to 92.3, the morning show was stevens & pruitt which was very entertaining


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Treacherous Cretin
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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
I’ve got a live album by Bob Weir and Kingfish that was originally broadcast on the King Biscuit Flour Hour. It’s two discs, remixed and remastered, and more than an hour long. Recorded at the Beacon Theater in NYC on 4/3/76. Killer show.


88Wildcat
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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
Before I discovered FM radio

KOMA out of Oklahoma City

After I discovered FM radio

KICT (T-95) Wichita

When I went to college and got in range of Kansas City FM stations

KYYS (KY-102) R.I.P.
KCFX (101 The Fox)
Speaking of which, Skid Roadie, who DJed at both for at least twenty years each retired a couple of weeks ago.


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Demshoes
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re: Favorite Radio Stations You Listened to When Young
WMMR and WYSP. Kings of classic rock in Philly!


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