You have a blast listening to music, while working, working out, and driving in your car. Sometimes though, you have troubles finding a music station that fits you. Sometimes your favorite station changes and what used to be a couple of minutes of commercials once an hour has become a couple of minutes of music once an hour! Or maybe you are new to America, just visiting the area, or possibly just need a change. You have come to the right place.
Here we have all of the top America music stations in one place, you are sure to find one that meets your tastes. Try out all of the America stations and then give us your opinion on the best, worst, and any we don’t have on the list that should be. Whether you are in America for a visit or have lived here for years, we want to hear your opinion.
We have catered our list of America stations to the local opinions we have received so don’t stop sending them in. Music is an important part of our lives, in America, and anywhere else. Music stations are also a personal thing. What is music to you? Is it what gets you through your daily commute in America? Is it what you jam to in the shower? Is it what calms and centers you at work?
WRKT (“Rocket 105”, 104.9 FM) is a rock music formatted radio station in Erie, Pennsylvania. It plays classic rock and new rock songs plus an array of sports.
KNTK (93.7 FM) is a radio station in Firth, Nebraska. It airs a sports radio format branded as “93.7 The Ticket”. The station features live sport and high school sports.
Until October 1, 2012, WLS-FM was a classic hits leaning oldies station featuring music of the late ’60s and ’70s with some pre-1964 oldies and some ’80s hits mixed in moderation. The station actually switched to oldies on September 26, 2005, first carrying only syndicated “The True Oldies Channel” programming, but later adding local personalities including Rock and Roll Hall of Fame disc jockeys John Landecker, Scott Shannon, Dick Biondi, along with Greg Brown, Danny Lake, Brant Miller, and Fred Winston. The station’s official callsign changed to WLS-FM again on June 26, 2008.
WSGE operates at 91.7 FM and is a non-commercial, public radio station owned and managed by Gaston College, in Dallas, North Carolina. The station’s studio is located in the Craig Arts & Sciences building. Its signal covers 26 North and South Carolina counties with a population of 1.3 million residents. WSGE identifies itself as “Your Eclectic Music Station.” A large portion of its music programming consists of Adult Album Alternative [AAA] formatted music with special emphasis on local, independent musicians and live in-studio performances.
Sioux City, IA
KKMA 99.5 FM, “Classic Rock 99.5”) is a radio station broadcasting a classic rock format. The station is licensed to Le Mars, Iowa, and serves Sioux City, Iowa. KKMA is owned by Powell Broadcasting.
Colorado Springs, CO
KCME is an independent Colorado public radio station founded in Manitou Springs, Colorado, in 1977. It signed on for the first time on December 24, 1979 on its original frequency of 88.1 MHz. It broadcasts FM on 88.7 MHz in the Colorado Springs, Manitou Springs and Pueblo areas, and on its several translators with classical music throughout central Colorado. KCME also broadcasts in the HD (digital) domain.
WFUV, 90.7 FM in New York City, is Fordham University’s 47,000-watt effective radiated power non-commercial radio station, with studios on its Bronx campus and its antenna atop nearby Montefiore Medical Center.
KHKI is a country music radio station located in Des Moines, Iowa, broadcasting on 97.3 FM. The station’s studios are in Urbandale, Iowa, with Cumulus Media’s other Des Moines stations.
St. Louis, MO
KLOU (103.3 FM) is a radio station with an oldies format in St. Louis, Missouri, specializing in hits from the 1960s and 1970s. The station began broadcasting on February 12, 1962 as KMOX-FM, by playing an easy listening/standards format.
WIZN (106.7 MHz) is a commercial FM radio station licensed to Vergennes, Vermont, serving the Champlain Valley and Burlington-Plattsburgh radio market. The station broadcasts a classic rock radio format branded as The Wizard. It is owned by Hall Communications. The station airs the syndicated Pink Floyd-focused show Floydian Slip.