Radio Station Information

Oldies 92.7

KAZG 1440 AM

City of License:
Scottsdale, AZ

Format:
Oldies

Market:
Phoenix, AZ

Owner:
Hubbard Radio (Phoenix Fcc License Sub, LLC)

Additional frequencies:
92.7 - K224CJ-FX - Phoenix, AZ

KAZG is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1440 KHz. The station is licensed to Scottsdale, AZ and is part of the Phoenix, AZ radio market. The station broadcasts Oldies music programming and goes by the name "Oldies 92.7" on the air. KAZG is owned by Hubbard Radio.

Nearby Radio Stations

Arizona Sports 620, 1580 The Fanatic, Relevant Radio 1310, KSUN 1400 AM, K293CO 106.5 FM, 550 KFYI, KDIF 102.9 FM, NBC Sports Radio 1060, 93.7 El Patron, KPHX 1480 AM

Co-Owned Radio Stations in Phoenix, AZ

Alt AZ 93.3, NBC Sports Radio 1060, KSLX 100.7, 98 KUPD

Listener Comments and Reviews

Love your programing including the restaurant show. Sorry you aren't on the internet, but the restaurant show is. I just found out.
By: Melody Noel on May 18, 2011

KAZG could make a bold move here and expand their music format to include the music that used to be heard on KOY. I turn to a different channel when the food show comes on. I want to hear music on a station that proclaims they are all about music. The additional music would help with the variety played on a daily basis, also. Hire Danny Davis for the morning drive time slot, dump "food chat", and increase your market share.
By: Larry Gowey on October 28, 2013

Love hearing Dave Mason on this station !! I just found it. Please go deep into those albums. Remember we grew up with KDKB
By: Bev on October 23, 2015

From the Philly area. Grew up in the 60's. Also love 50's music. Ever hear of Jerry Blavat? The Geator with the Heater, Big Boss with the Hot Sauce. BIG DJ in that area since 60's. Still going non-stop on radio, dance parties, Jersey shore, etc. Anyway, would love to hear that music out here.
By: Jessie Materazo on October 28, 2015

Thank you Hubbard Radio for bringing back boomer music to Phoenix! I've been searching my dial for something better - and I found you on AM, then FM. I grew up with KDKB too.
By: Carolyn on November 8, 2015

Do love your station but it would be even better if you played the adult standards that were on the old KOY AM 1230..I cannot believe that with the size of the city of Phoenix that we do not have a adult standard station anymore..Makes no sense...Even down in Tucson they got KTUC 1400 that plays the KOY music and Tucson is smaller than Phoenix...
By: Bill Carlson on July 1, 2018

I had high hopes for this station when i started listening back in 2012. They played a lot of the 50s/60s solid gold oldies that KOOL-FM long abandoned in the past decade or so. But now they seem to be heading in a classic hits direction that KOOL is currently embracing and for that i no longer listen to it. It seems that the only way you can listen to this kind of music anymore is to go satellite or the internet.
By: Bill on November 2, 2020

This comment has to do with the station's repeated playing of Don McLean's song American Pie. Don McLean is a convicted spousal abuser. I think the station should give consideration to the appropriateness of playing the music of someone who beat his spouse repeatedly over a long period of time. This is no secret; he pleaded to the charges in 2016.
By: jack salvatore on March 17, 2021

about 9AM this morning you played a song with lyrics "i'm so in love with you" Thought it was Al Green but when i looked up song rest of lyrics didn't seem to match. which song and artist did you play? thanks
By: Wil H. on June 15, 2021

Found your station today. I’ve been listening ever since I got home. Gotta say I haven’t listened to radio in MANY years but boy have I been missing out. Love it❤️ Who is the advertiser that provides the national anthem?? I am blown away. Please remind me who they are so I can sing their praises far and wide. And I’ll be telling everybody who will listen about your wonderful station! Hugs and stay cool out there.
By: Carol on June 29, 2021

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