The Muscatine Radio Farmhouse is abuzz with activity in the rock and roll studios.
If you like Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, Bush, Thin Lizzy, AC/DC and Def Leppard
you’ll love what’s come on 93.1 FM, which launches today.
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“We’re really excited about the music and programming updates we’re making on KMCS,” said station manager, Jim Elias. “So much so, we’re rebranding the station ’93.1 the Buzz – Everything That Rocks.’”
The station will continue to play many of the favorites you’ve heard for years but will also add artists like The Foo Fighters, Green Day, Greta Van Fleet, and the Black Keys.
In addition to some of the best rock music from the mid-70s to today, 93.1 the Buzz will introduce a daily lineup of radio shows and new personalities.
The Morning Buzz with Kevin Walker will air from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m., followed by Lee Foster from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. GUNZ plans to rock the afternoon show from 2 p.m.-7 p.m., and The Buzz After Hours rocks listeners from 7 p.m. to midnight.
93.1 the Buzz will feature these shows on the weekend. Saturday nights from 10 to midnight the Buzz will feature Scratch and Sniff – new music from hip-hop to rock to alternative to dubstep. On Sunday nights you’ll hear the Top 30 rock songs of the week with the LA Lloyd Rock 30 from 6-9 pm and then Eddie Trunk Rocks – a variety of classic rock and heavy metal plus artist interviews from 9-midnight.
“Not only will we have great music, but we’ll be creating tons of ways for listeners to win,” said Kevin Walker, Program Director and Morning Host. “Look for many new promotions, activities and prizes coming your way. It’s all about the Buzz!” 93.1 the Buzz officially took to the airwaves Monday morning, Dec. 9.
Muscatine and area rock and roll fans are invited to tune in, stay tuned and listen to the Buzz.
In other radio news, long-time Radio Farmhouse broadcaster, Tim Scott, is moving into a mid-day-host role on KWPC AM860 FM95.1 to anchor the already solid Muscatine news and information radio station. Along with news you can use, the station carries Iowa Hawkeye, Iowa State and Muscatine High School sports and Superstar Country Hits play throughout the day.
Scott and Amy K (Amy In the AM show) will continue to host local guests conducting interviews on topics ranging from community happenings, business, home, health, farming, non-profit campaigns and whatever seems of interest to Muscatine-area listeners.
Amy In the AM will continue her Moving Forward feature, the Birthdays & Anniversary Show, and Buy-Sell & Trade.
Jerry’s Outdoor Show will continue on Friday Morning with other news / information shows are being developed.
Agriculture, news and information programming remain firm in KWPC’s roots as well. Radio Iowa news, Farm Reports, and the Max Armstrong Show play throughout the morning and into the afternoon.
Along with local and regional news and information, KWPC AM860 FM95.1 will remain the home of Muskie Sports as well as Hawkeye Basketball and Cyclone Football.