Basic Radio Station Information

KSRY 103.1 FM

City of License:
Tehachapi, CA


Lancaster-Antelope Valley, CA

Web site:

General Manager:
Jim Bell

iHeartMedia (formerly known as Clear Channel) (Cc Licenses, LLC)

352 E. Ave K-4
Lancaster, CA 93535


KSRY is an FM radio station broadcasting at 103.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Tehachapi, CA and is part of the Lancaster-Antelope Valley, CA radio market. The station airs alternative music programming. KSRY is owned by iHeartMedia under the supervision of General Manager Jim Bell.

Nearby Radio Stations

KKZQ 100.1 FM, KCEL 96.1 FM, KCRY 88.1 FM, KTPI 1340 AM, KGBB 103.9 FM, KTPI 97.7 FM, 93.5 The Quake, KWUH 92.7 FM, KTLW 88.9 FM, Kiss FM 105.5

Co-Owned Radio Stations in Lancaster-Antelope Valley, CA

KAVL 610 AM, KTPI 1340 AM, Kiss FM 105.5

Listener Comments and Reviews

This station is a full time repeater for KYSR of Los Angeles. So the music, promos, and shows are all completely the same on the two stations. Two downsides to this station are that the signal does not really go out that far and when the station does the legal id they air it right over the music rather than during a break.
By: John on December 20, 2010

Please I am a huge Mumford and Sons fan do you have any tickets for tonight's concert in Hollywood!
By: Kyrstin on March 31, 2015

6/11/2015 Hi, I heard a really good song on 103.1 today when driving in palmdale. The song ended at about 2:05 P.M. The vocalist was a guy and I'm sure he sang a song on one of the last Bond soundtraCKS. Deep raspy voice, and the song was "change" or "chains." Can you locate the info such as song title and artist? I love the voice. Laura
By: LJ in so cal on June 12, 2015

Hey thanks for spoiling something major in Star Wars on 12/23/15 at around 6:45pm like wow cool thanks for that.
By: Alyssa on December 24, 2015

LOTS of "Color" & lots more music by Finish Ticket PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE! These guys are AMAZING!!
By: Elsa on March 22, 2016

Could you convince Woody and the gang to do lunch up here in the Antelope Valley?????
By: Mikey on May 23, 2016

Does anyone else hear the dropout every 19 seconds?
By: Russ on April 13, 2017

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