I love this damn station!!! Yes, at times there is a lot of talking by the the DJ, but sometimes it funny shit!!!! Still, it’s a badass station!!!
Mario Ramon Gomez Gonzalez03.02.2021
Rock me like a hurricane😝🤟
Victor Hugo Oyervidez28.11.2020
Rock on rocker cut me a slice rocking roll! Or Rock On
Bill Hates google23.11.2020
Thanks.. but no thanks! Too much talk for me.
Its a shame the "new" music you play, a lot o 60's 70's music
my favorite station yeeeeaaahhh !!!
Thanks but no thanks.Too much talk. Not enough music. We all have pretty much an endless supply of personalized music at our fingertips. C-101 has just as much talk. But to me...they seem less full of themselves! Que le vaya bonito!!!
The station began around 1970 as easy listening station KELT-FM and was co-owned with KGBT AM and Television. Some of the TV personalities such as anchorman Frank “FM” Sullivan and weathercaster Larry James hosted music programs on the station. Frank’s wife Hilda Sullivan would anchor locally produced newsbreaks called “Micronews.” The station would soon automate and update the programming to adult contemporary using Drake Cheanult’s “Hit Parade” The station would later change to country music as “K-Frog.” and would on March 1, 1992 change its call sign to the current KFRQ,.