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Colorado Springs Radio Stations

Posted by Susanna Haynie on March 28, 2018
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Colorado Springs Radio Stations

Colorado Springs Radio Stations

Okay, this may sound crazy, but hear me out!

One of the toughest things about relocation is that you’re always in your car finding and exploring things in your new city. And when you’re in the car, the distraction and annoyance or finding radio stations is endless. There are so many options, you want it for traffic, news, music, and local information, so here is a comprehensive list of radio stations to tune into in Colorado Springs. Most reach up to Castle Rock and down to Pueblo!

Country:

95.1 plays current country hits and offers news, personable VJ’s, weather, and traffic

96.9 plays a mixture of current country and 90’s country adding weather, traffic, and news

Pop/Hits stations:

92.9 KKPK is a great mixture of hits and pop from the 80’s, 90’s and 2000’s.

98.9 KKMG this stations has all of today’s hits and entertaining talk radio in the mornings and evenings

99.9 My999 Radio

106.3 KKLI is adults contemporary music with a wide variety or stories, music, and news

Rock:

94.3 KILO mixture of classic and new rock, has local VJ’s and plays news, traffic, and alerts

98.1 KKFM is a classic rock station partnered with local news stations to provide news, traffic and alerts

103.9 KRXP is an alternative rock station that also offers news, traffic, and stories

Classic:

98.1 KKFM is a classic rock station that is a favorite here in Colorado Springs, they also have updated traffic, weather, and news

94.3 KILO is another classic rock stations that mixes in some new hits as well!

107.9 KBPL is a classic rock station with great stories, lots of music and hits.

News:

91.5 NPR Public Radio

105.5 KRDO Radio

Holiday:

Q102.7  Once the Christmas Holiday season rolls around, you’ll have a couple of christmas music stations pop up to get you in the mood for the holidays!

 

Don’t find what you are looking for? click on this link to find a station that has your style. Of course, things change, so make sure YOUR radio station is not missing from this list. Tell us in the comment section below.