Basic Radio Station Information
City of License:
St. Louis, MO
St. Louis, MO
Entertainment Media Trust (Entertainment Media Trust, Dennis J. Watkins, Trustee)
KZQZ is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1430 KHz. The station is licensed to St. Louis, MO and is part of that radio market. The station airs oldies music programming. KZQZ is owned by Entertainment Media Trust.
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in St. Louis, MO
Listener Comments and Reviews
I would like to see the touch of velvet program expanded an hour or two on saturdays.
By: Bob on April 29, 2012
I listen to your station everyday but I especially love Saturdays format with the Ross Gentile show. I was so sorry to hear that he passed on to "easy listening" heaven. I still listen but do you plan to replace his show with another host? I suggested this once before but I was wondering if you could add an hour of old instrumentals-so many great ones!
By: Kathy Garcia on May 4, 2013
I listen to your station for at least 2 hours per day, I have noticed early evening the signal drops to almost nothing. Do you cut the transmitter power down or go off air in the early evening? I wish you could wait another couple of hours past drive home time.
By: Jim Moody on September 8, 2015
I enjoy your station. Thank you for just playing Barry Manilow. He was one of my favorites. I also enjoy the Carpenters. Keep up the good work!
By: Debbie on September 26, 2017
Just found the station love it we are hearing you in KCMO only days sometimes when the atmosphere is right
I know at night you cut the power
I wish KC had a good station like this one
So I hear you all on the internet now
By: Darrell price on October 5, 2017
Why did you change your format from the "Oldies". We can listen to what you are playing now on any other station. Go back to the original format. We like to listen to that at work. We will be changing the station soon if you continue to play what you have changed . I am tired of listening to the same songs over and over again on every station and your station was unique in its format.
By: Helen on November 14, 2017
Are you trying to run listeners away? I just heard Mr. Bojangles on the Cat & Burgundy show by some unknown artist that sounded like a lounge singer. And later, Over the Rainbow by Johnny Mathis, whats up with this? I'm a 50's and 60's rock and roll person and that's why I tune into your station, but if you are going to keep up with the rest home music I'm going to have to find another station. I believe I liked the station better before you brought Cat and Burgundy on the air. Thanks, don't mess this up.
By: John Price on November 16, 2017
I really like your oldies station. Especially in the early afternoon with Jukebox Jackie McCoy at the microphone! I like that you play songs that weren't huge hits also.
By: Bill Lasich on November 17, 2017
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