As I listened to your 'minute of silence' for our soldiers, present and past, I just had to utter a thank you that there was one radio station in St. Louis that held to the belief of God and country and supported our service men.
Our fast paced computer age has taken away good, old-fashioned values that helped guide us in our growing years. Yes, we have decisions to make but we knew that our family, our neighbors, our churches, and our schools were concerned about what type of American citizen they were producing. What a precious thing we lost through the years of indifference.
Keep up the good work - your songs make me smile and sing on the way to work in the morning and make me recall my younger years. Amazing how the words to the songs come back so quickly - as soon as you hear the music. I will be a fan for life. Thank you so very much and bless each one of you that contribute to the daily broadcast!
I can't tell you how much I like KZQZ. This is what this town has needed for a long time. So many memories are triggered by the music; It's just fantastic. I particularly enjoyed the time spent with Steve Mizzerany. That was so cool. The only thing missing is Johnny Rabbitt. Now that would be icing on the cake.
KZQZ is COOL BEANS!!!!
Keep up the good work.
Just by blind stupid luck I ran across your station. We have searched high and low for a GREAT OLDIES STATION. KSLQ doesn't get it they play the same songs over and over, Like you are too stupid to catch on to it. We did find Kool 101.9 out of Springfield Il. It fair but still can't hold a candle to the great music that you all kick out. I have removed all of the other station from the radio now all that you will find is 1430 am Home of THE BIG BOPPER and all of the other music from the 50's 60's.