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Saturday, July 04, 2009


Southwest Radio Is Horrible!

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AM/FM radio in SW Texas and NM is not very entertaining. I am not saying that XM/Sirius radio has the best programming in the world, but it is better than local radio. One station that I truly miss is KXCR 89.5. It is now known as K-Love. It was one radio station that I listened to frequently. Jazz and classical music was what you heard from Monday to Friday. On Friday nights and on the weekends you heard a variety of music. I remember on Friday nights, you could hear R&B music from the 50s, 60s, 80s, and 90s. On the weekends you could hear punk, ska, and hip hop. It was a great station. One thing that I loved was that they were always looking for volunteer disc jockeys. I remember my friends would always go down to Myrtle street and apply for whatever position was open. It was a station that was created for the public. In 2002, KXCR changed formats. Once that happened I turned the dial to KSNM 570 AM in Las Cruces. KSNM changed their format last September to an all talk format. If someone has a good idea for creating a new radio station in El Paso or in Las Cruces, let me know ASAP.

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