If you're an old guy like me and truly love Classic Rock then 93.1 is where you want to tune the dial.
Chris O.
I have been a serious classic rock fan for many years and I gotta tell ya how HAPPY I am with your station!! LOVE your format!
George C.
I came across you today down in downtown STL. Live in Collinsville, IL. Like what I hear Thanks!!!!!
Sanz W.
I was station hopping the other day and came across you guys. Got to say I LOVE the music you play.
Paulette W.
ABSOLUTELY LOVE the station. Makes my 1.5 hour drive the best!! Gotta love Classic Rock!!
Becky C.
Your station was coming in loud and clear throughout St. Louis and the metro east area today. Hope it stays like that. Great music!!! Much needed after K-HITS in St. Louis turned to crap music.
Steve W.
I recently had to move away from your broadcasting area. Your radio station online is the only thing that keeps me sane in this town. Thanks!
Sam P.
I love this station! I listen everyday and I'm young. Yes and it isn't my generation although I wish it were! My favorite is how much 93.1 KBDZ plays Led Zeppelin!
Danielle & Jarret L.

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