On April 13, 2012, KCCY changed their format from sports to classic country. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Lisa Wheeler and elkbugles.com with appropriate and specific direction to the original content. KDZA ("Fox Sports Pueblo 1350") is a radio station licensed to Pueblo, CO.

Already a user? Login with Google. On June 24, 2008, it switched to classic hits, calling itself Jet 107.9.[4]. #1 song: "Walk Like a Man" - Four Seasons, Plus The Crown Discount Center offered the Elvis single "One Broken Heart For Sale" for $.79, #1 song: "End of the World" - Skeeter Davis, KDZA Album Pick of the Week: Blood, Sweat & Tears - Johnny Cash, Plus The Crown Discount Center offered the Elvis LP, Sadly, s that call deep throating the microphone music. MUCH BETTER. © Lisa Wheeler and elkbugles.com 2020. [3] The KDZA call letters had previously been on AM 1230 which had been sold to Pueblo Community College. On April 3, 2012, KDZA changed their call letters to KCCY. [6] A few years later, KDZA-FM got a boost in its coverage area when it was allowed to relocate its tower to Cheyenne Mountain. According to a 2003 story, written

Guess who ... KDZA 1963: Pueblo rock 'n roll radio, 55 years ago.

[2] It became KDZA-FM. KKPC was later sold to Colorado Public Radio. password ? why have you caved? © Lisa Wheeler and elkbugles.com 2020. I wonder what would happen if you were the ones that started playing rock and roll again. The station is currently owned by iHeartMedia, Inc. and licensed as CC Licenses. See reviews, photos, directions, phone numbers and more for Kdza locations in Pueblo, CO. Don't miss out on the latest from Fox Sports Pueblo, Fox Sports Pueblo 1350 KBPL (107.9 FM, "107.9 KBPI South") is a radio station licensed to Pueblo, Colorado, and serving the Colorado Springs/Pueblo radio market. Pueblo KATM -FM -100.7 # rock KGFT, religion Pueblo KDZA -1230 rock // KATM oldies /1 KRYT -FM Security (Colo Spgs) KHII -105.5 country JSA - country // KRDO (KHII enters into a LMA with KRDO, Colorado Springs) WINV -1560 country WMKS -92.3 WVPI, new WPTH -88.1* new KCCV -FM -92.3 KVUQ, new KZTO -95.7 KHUM, soft AC KWLS -1290 country On January 28, 2019, KBPL split from its simulcast with KBPI and launched an active rock format, branded on its webstream as "KBPI South", with a different playlist and a slightly different airstaff.

The station is currently owned by iHeartMedia, Inc. and licensed as CC Licenses. I can only hope they pull it off, I'm sick of SCREAMING band [5] On July 13, 2009, Clear Channel flipped KDZA-FM to Album Rock and moved the studios and offices to Colorado Springs.

It's great now (except for their obsession with Pink Floyd) but if they are already deceiving us now< I worry it will be the same as their prior stations. See this page in French: Ecouter 107.9 KBPI South - KBPL en ligne, See this page in German: Hören 107.9 KBPI South - KBPL online, See this page in Portuguese: Reproduzir 107.9 KBPI South - KBPL ao vivo, See this page in Spanish: Escuchar 107.9 KBPI South - KBPL en vivo. The KDZA calls were picked up for a Pueblo-based FM oldies station at 107.9 and the station remained a success. I wonder what would happen if you were the ones that started playing rock and roll again. An error happened posting the review, sorry!

Owned by iHeartMedia, it broadcasts an Active rock format.

WOW whoever made the decision to make this change PLEASE put them in charge of everything!!! Sign up with Google. none of these earlier hit lists show any disc jockeys, but Dee B. KKPC was later sold to Colorado Public Radio. Be the first to post one Simple Radio, our free iOS and Android app. Willie B in mornings and Laura Hall in middays will continue to be heard on both KBPI's, while Jason McCollum (also senior vice president of advertising for iHeartMedia's Colorado Springs stations) will host afternoons while KDZA afternoon co-host Benny Bash will host nights on KBPL. KDZA (1350 AM) is a radio station broadcasting a sports format. [1] The station changed its call sign to KBPL on January 16, 2018, and back to KDZA on January 23, 2018. http://radioinsight.com/blog/headlines/82126/kccy-returns-to-sports/, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=KDZA_(AM)&oldid=972662943, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 13 August 2020, at 07:16. That station survives today as KKPC. Don't miss out on the latest from KPHT 95.5, Pueblo's Greatest Hits Keep rocking my friends.

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Owned by iHeartMedia, it broadcasts an Active rock format.