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WKKZ 92.7 – Dublin, GA – 8/15/98

In the late 1990’s, WKKZ was a very broad and interesting Mainstream CHR – as heard on this aircheck. According to Wikipedia, the station now programs a Modern AC format.  

KNRJ (Energy 92.7 & 101.1) – Phoenix – 10/29/08 – Beau Duran

In January 2001, Big City Radio launched all-Dance formatted “Energy 92-7 & 5″ on a trio of signals in suburban Chicago. A year and a half later, Sierra H Broadcasting debuted the very similar “Energy 92-7 & 101-1″ on KAZL (eventually KNRJ) in Payson, AZ — with a simulcast on 10-watt K224CJ in Phoenix. With Big City Radio in financial dire straits, Energy 92-7 & 5 ended in early January 2003. But its Arizona spinoff managed to survive for 6 years — which is about 5 1/2 years longer than most people would probably have predicted. This is an aircheck of the final “Resurrection Flashback Lunch”, recorded two days before the station signed off.  It includes an amusing legal ID – voiced by the legendary Mitch Craig and based on the “top-top-top” style o...

WSEX 92.7 (Top-10, WSEX) – Arlington Heights, IL – 8/25/87

92.7 FM in Arlington Heights, IL (suburban Chicago) has had many call letters and formats over the years.  In 1987, it was “Top-10, WSEX” — which, according to Wikipedia, meant that the station specialized in “only playing songs from the ’80s that had made Top 10 according to Billboard Magazine.” The most amusing aspect of this aircheck is not the format or musical selection, but the very laid-back manner in which the promos and jingles state the “WSEX” call letters.

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