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Welcome to the all new KZQZ 1430 AM, "Hot Talk and Cool Oldies."

KZQZ 1430 AM

Welcome to, "Official  Website of KZQZ 1430 AM."

Featuring Bob Romanik, "The Grim Reaper of Radio!"
Enjoy today's "Hot Talk Radio" as well as the true
Golden Oldies from the 1950's and 1960's

The Kraziest bunch of Renegades on the Radio
today.  They are truly nutz!  KZQZ 1430AM, Your
Official Station for Hot Talk and Cool Golden Oldies.
1st Amendment and All American Station!
A Division of Insane Broadcasting.

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Kissing 102.5 FM and 103.3 FM Good-bye!

I have to gvie the credit for finding this Radio station to a very outgoing young man that works at Trader Joe's in Brentwood. -- What a throwback experience it is to listen to this amazing radio station; just like the great music stations of the 60's and 70's. I can leave my 1974 table-top stereo/turntable (yes people, I still play all my vinyl) tuned to your station most of day and never get tired of listening. Your station is also playing on my AM/FM radio outside on my deck most of the day too. I doubt any nearby neighbors would ever complain. -- I just love, love, LOVE the vintage radio commercials. Saint Louis is SO lucky to have this radio station! :)
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The good old days.....

Nice to go to a familiar spot on the dial and find a wonderful KIRL successor. We appreciate the varied playlist presented by familiar record technicians. We can listen for a week and not hear any repeats. Along with the top twenty hits you play some of the lesser songs. It does appear you still have to drop the signal strength at sunset. Why does this arcane rule still exist?
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Classic Rock

Classic Rock is a beautiful thing but that from which it was derived is even better! KZQZ makes me feel like a kid again. I'd sure love to hear "The Wreck Of the Edmund Fitzgerald." Thanks for bringing the best back to St. Louis.
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FOX MAN cheers me up!

I was waking up this morning listening online to FOX MAN.. I have been depressed lately and feeling down and just by listening to FOX MAN He made my morning great! Thanks FOX MAN! I love you and the CRAZY Q.. Im listening now and to Jackie and Tina Sanders is up next! I have been listening All Day :D

Love you Crazy Q :)

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1959 ZENITH AM FM Clock Radio

General NewsI was visiting St. Louis this last weekend and i went to a Antique Mall down around Fenton, Mo. And while i was there i purchased a dated "1-30-59" ZENITH AM FM Clock Radio! And it worked and What was the first station i found and listend to on it!! KZQZ And when The Twist by Chubby Checker came on i seriously thought that I was for a few minutes in 1961 I couldnt have been more happier!! I dont live in St. Louis But gosh i wish i did so my new ZENITH Clock Radio could put out that good CRAZY Q Golden Oldies!! Man thanks KZQZ for the awesome moments i spent in St. Louis this last weekend! Listening to KZQZ On my 1959 ZENITH Clock Radio!!
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it is great to hear Ray Diamond back on St Louis radio.

great go Ray
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saturday march 12, 2011

i was listening to ur station and all of the suden i heard american hero type music, whats going on
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I am driving home from work when I hear your moment of silence. By the time it's over I'm either smiling or my eyes are full of tears. Please don't stop. It's such a wonderful way to end my work day. thanks.
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Proud Member

recently purchased a '62 Chevy out of Kentucky. On drive home, was desperately seeking a radio station on the old AM radio. Stumbled onto 1430am and the station has never been changed. When out "cruising" know the old radio is cranked up, and the memories are incredible. Where ever we go, the smiles, peace signs, thumbs up, raised fist, what ever... are sure signs of admiration, respect and enjoyment, for a brief moment, a chance to remember and hear the sounds of "the good times". With that low rumble of the V-8, and the blasting tunes one can't help to stop and remember.....
Out cruising yesterday and heard the dedication of a minute of silence to pay respect to our military and our beliefs.
"Finally" somebody has had the balls to say outloud what most of us believe in our hearts. You will always have my support and respect for taking a stand for what's right...for our country, for us.... Wookie.