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104.1 KRBE’s Jingle Jam

Jingle Jam is an annual hip-hop concert, held at XL Center and sponsored by Hartford based radio station Hot 93,7 (WZMX-FM). Held in December, the concert’s most popular acts, hip-hop and R & B should offer such year.KRBE 104,1 KRBE, a Top 40 (CHR) radio station based in Houston, Texas, USA. Studio located in room 700 of the building in Chase 9801 Westheimer Road in Westchase area in the western part of the objects Houston.The transmitter is located in Missouri City. KRBE is owned and operated by Cumulus Media. Top competitor KRBE, Houston is KKHH Hot 95-7.KRBE signed on 11 September 1958 in a classical station, and continues in that capacity at the end of 1960, when it is inverted for the first time to the top 40. Call Letters from the acronym “Key Broadcasting Excellence”. In late 1970,104.1 KRBE tickets pay themselves under one of two nicknames, “Super Rock 104 KRBE” or “Houston Super Rock”, playing a mixture of Top 40 and rock hits. In 1981, KRBE turn Adult Contemporary format as “FM 104 KRBE”.104.1 KRBE’s  event DJs, in the mid to late 1970′s included, among others, 1976 Till? Roger W.W.W. Garrett (Roger W. Garrett is currently in the KORA Bryan, TX) Dwight Shotgun Cook (now Soundworks.com) Barry Kaye, CC McCartney, Kenny miles, catfish, John Kelly (now the paramedic in Katy under his real name Jeff Lowe), Matt “Mighty” Quinn and Bunny Taylor (KRBE first female DJ). Mike Krehel was chief engineer during this time and gave his KRBE “Flame Thrower” signature sound.


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