Radio Station Information
City of License:
San Angelo, TX
Waco Entertainment Group, LLC
KBTP is an FM radio station broadcasting at 101.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Mertzon, TX and is part of the San Angelo, TX radio market.
Station Coverage Map
Nearby Radio StationsKMEO 91.9 FM, KLTP 90.9 FM, K-Love 88.5, KDCD 92.9 FM, KMDX 106.1 FM, KPTJ 104.5 FM, KSJT 107.5 FM, KAGA 104.3 FM, KCCE 1340 AM, KCGF 100.5 FM
Listener Comments and Reviews
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By: Chester Bobo on December 12, 2017
I absolutely love the station!! I have long waited for a station to play real country again! I am in San Angelo and the the only bad thing is the station is a little fuzzy here. Just wanted to make yall aware of it. Love the station!
By: Matthew Matheny on July 5, 2019
I absolutely love this station, I have been a country music fan my whole life but I don’t listen to it much anymore because I am not a fan of this country rock. I hope you
Get a Facebook page, get the word out because I know a a lot of people have been waiting for our good country music back. 🎉😀
By: Laura on July 13, 2019
I live between Carlsbad and Water Valley and this is the only station I play on my kitchen radio....love it!
By: Scarlett Bradley on May 3, 2020
KBPT is more of the same non-local corporate radio BULLSH*T that's ruining broadcasting in America. Sucking money out of the local economy.
You really should tune into the ONLY locally owned and operated Country Radio Stations in the area - KPEP 106.5 FM and KMLS 95.5 FM. Operated by third generation broadcasters who are Family members of the the original First Radio Station ever to go on the air in San Angelo, and the First ALL Country Radio Station Ever to broadcast only country music -not blocks of country programming- in America (those are FACTS, Jack).
KMLS and KPEP are the ONLY LOCAL radio stations that broadcast daily Farm and Ranch News, Weather, and AG Market reports from the FARM Bureau and Down-On-The-Farm-Radio-Network. Without our local Agricultural Businesses - Mom and Pop Farms - there IS NO local economy in Western Central Texas. Period. (and that's another FACT, Jack)
Have an Nice Day.
By: Local Radio Fan on November 27, 2020
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