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Kbxr

KBXR
City of license Columbia, Missouri
Broadcast area Columbia, Missouri
Branding 102-3 BXR
Slogan Where Music Matters
Frequency 102.3 MHz
First air date 1994 (as KOQL)
Format Adult Album Alternative
ERP 3,500 watts
HAAT 261 meters
Class C3
Facility ID 47910
Former callsigns KNCD (1992-1994)
KOQL (1994-1997)
Owner Cumulus Broadcasting
Sister stations KBBM, KFRU, KJMO, KLIK, KPLA, KOQL, KZJF
Webcast Listen Live via iHeart
Website bxr.com

KBXR (often known and referred to simply as BXR) is a local radio station located on Old Highway 63 in Columbia, Missouri. Its format has been Adult Album Alternative (AAA) since it went on-the-air on October 15, 1993. The first song was played at 1:06 pm and was R.E.M.'s "It's The End Of The World As We Know It". At the time, the frequency was 106.1, but it has since changed to 102.3.

102.3 BXR interviews bands or singers playing in the city's various locations. These interviews are conducted "Live In Studio X." Past Studio X guests have included . The proceeds from this project go to Boys and Girls Town of Missouri.

Annually, during Thanksgiving and about a week after that BXR has a "B to X" special event where the station airs its entire song library alphabetically with no repeats starting with song titles that begin with the letter B and ending with song titles that begin with the letter X. Many \ lesser known songs by various popular bands and singers are aired right along with more popular chart toppers. Also, this event allows various versions of the same song that have been remixed or remade to be heard back-to-back since the songs are spelled the same alphabetically.

102.3 BXR has had a long list of top entertainers play for the annual birthday party at the Blue Note.
1st Birthday (1994): Frank Turner

The daily 102.3 BXR line-up includes:
6:00am-9:00m - The BXR Morning Show, featuring Simon Rose and Hillary Gordon who has been with BXR since its inception. Simon originally did the afternoon show until he moved to mornings in May 2008.
9:00am-11:00am Hillary Gordon featuring the Workday Express from 9:00 to about 10:40.
11:00am-2:00pm This slot was previously filled by Spencer Kane, who left BXR in July 2013.
2:00-7:00pm - Mo Louis, featuring "What's New For Dinner," a new-music feature that airs weekdays at 6pm. Mo returned to BXR in June of 2012 after Paul Rotter departed.

Other hosts:
Tony Barbis (host of the Acoustic Sunrise every Sunday 6-9am)

KBXR on-air Alums: Mike Richter, Dave Taylor, Brent Gardner, Terry & Naomi (original Morning Show), Kim Jackson, Jeff Sweatman, Lana Trezise, Mason Neff, Kevin Redding, Keefer, Chris Bradshaw, Clay Matthews, Liz Mozzocco, Tim Lloyd, David Robinson, Leslie Scott, Paul Rotter, Bluesman B, who died in July 2012, and Spencer Kane.

Former features/shows:

The Three Course Lunch: This feature aired at the 12:00 pm hour. Three songs by three different artists would be played. This show was replaced by Lunch Online.

External links

  • 102.3 BXR Online
  • Query the FCC's FM station database for KBXR
  • Radio-Locator information on KBXR
  • Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for KBXR

Coordinates: 39°00′50″N 92°16′34″W / 39.014°N 92.276°W / 39.014; -92.276

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