Ultimate Classic Rock Radio Program Launches on June 29
Starting next week, you can get your classic rock fix with a brand new nightly radio program. The Ultimate Classic Rock nationally syndicated radio show will launch on Monday, June 29, and will air from 7PM to midnight Monday through Friday.
Every weeknight, host Zach Martin will span the classic rock universe, with music, interviews, news, performances and more. He'll cover all your favorite rock 'n' roll legends -- from the Beatles and Rolling Stones to Led Zeppelin and Guns N' Roses -- as well as spin some of the best music of the past 50 years.
So if you ever left feeling like you needed more classic rock in your life after reading every single article on our site, we're pretty sure our new radio program will fill that need. Loaded with trivia, songs, stories and breaking news, the show will serve as a perfect audio companion to the Ultimate Classic Rock website.
The Ultimate Classic Rock radio program will air on more than two dozen stations across the country. You can listen to the live streams of all of these stations via their official websites – so you don't have to live in these cities to listen to Ultimate Classic Rock Radio. Here's a complete list of where it will be available:
Bangor, Maine - WWMJ - 95.7
Billings, Mont. - KMHK - 103.7
Binghamton, N.Y. - WAAL - 99.1
Bismarck, N.D. - KBYZ - 96.5
Danbury, Ct. - WRKI - 95.1
Dubuque, Iowa - KXGE - 102.3
Faribault / Owatonna, Minn. - KQCL - 95.9
Flint, Mich. - WQUS - 103.1
Ft. Collins, Colo. - KARS - 102.9
Kalamazoo, Mich. - WRKR - 107.7
Lansing, Mich. - WMMQ - 94.9
Lufkin, Texas - KTBQ - 107.7
Monmouth Ocean, N.J. - WCHR - 105.7
Portland, Maine - WBLM - 102.9
Poughkeepsie, N.Y. - WPDH - 101.5
Presque Isle, Pa. - WOZI - 101.9
Quad Cities, Ill. - WXLP - 96.9
Rockford, Ill. - WKGL - 96.7
Sioux Falls, S.D. - KYBB - 102.7
St. Cloud, Minn. - KLZZ - 103.7
Texarkana, Texas - KYGL - 106.3
Twin Falls, Idaho - KSNQ - 98.3
Tyler, Texas - KKTX - 96.1
Victoria, Texas - KLUB - 106.9
Waterloo, Iowa - KCRR - 97.7
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