Radio Station Information
KCMO 94.9 FM
City of License:
Kansas City, MO-KS
Cumulus Media (Cmp Houston-kc, LLC)
KCMO is an FM radio station broadcasting at 94.9 MHz. The station is licensed to Shawnee, KS and is part of the Kansas City, MO-KS radio market. The station broadcasts Oldies music programming and goes by the name "94.9 KCMO" on the air. KCMO is owned by Cumulus Media.
Station Coverage Map
Most Played Artist
Billy Joel, Fleetwood Mac, The Eagles, The Beatles, The Electric Light Orchestra, Elton John, Daryl Hall & John Oates, The Steve Miller Band, Supertramp, Rod Stewart, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Rolling Stones, Huey Lewis & The News, K.C. & The Sunshine Band, Chicago, Paul Simon, Genesis, Stevie Wonder, Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Neil Diamond
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Kansas City, MO-KS
Listener Comments and Reviews
Code I am a full time custom knife maker. I hand made combat knives for our U. S. Military Special Force Unit going to Iraq in 2005. I am also now making combat/Survival knives for a U.S. Military K-9 Unit A-Team. I Have a huge order for combat and Survival knives for our service men and women "nurse" that are going to battle. Because I Hand make each knife one at a time I have had to employ several people to help me complete the task in the last couple years. I have employed eight new people to help me build these knives.I am a retired U. S. Marine that moved from Florida to the Kansas City area in Raymore MO 1996 and built my home with a large garage knife making shop area. My wife works at Sprint. My wife Sandra is also a teacher she taught high school Math and computer in Florida for 20 years. I love making a product that can support out military men and women. I will be doing this work until I am no longer able.
I listened to 94.9 today and they said to contact them at Cumulus Radio.com if I am creating jobs for many people to work making money. That is what I am doing. I can give you more detail information once you email me back If you need it.
Knife maker Colin Cox
By: Colin Cox on August 11, 2011
I REALLY miss Tom Kent's The Ultimate Party Show.What happened to it!I like the regular music on 94.9 KCMO FM-IT'S GOOD.But,I like a national show on a Saturday night,because a national show plays EVEN MORE of a VARIETY of songs that I don't hear ANYWHERE ELSE-disco,soul,old R&B,one-hit wonders,funk,soft rock,classic rock,old school,AND MORE!PLEASE BRING A SHOW LIKE TOM KENT'S SHOW BACK TO SATURDAY NIGHT!
By: Joni on February 12, 2012
Please pass on to seve o in the 2pm show that his political comments have no place on a music station....maybe he needs a talk program instead...there is enough bias in news and I choose this station as a getaway....if he continues I will listen to a different station and tell my friends to do so also
By: Zoe Zaiser on February 9, 2017
Happy Holidays! I love 94.9 -- I have listened to it for years at home, at work, in my car. I wish that when you start playing Christmas Music you could add a few new songs -- I have listened for years and it seems like the Christmas selection has been the same for years. There are so many new songs out there -- couldn't you just add a few new ones every year! Thanks for listening to my reply!
By: Cathy Schnieders on November 22, 2018
Hi, my wife were listening to your Christmas music on Sunday around 7pm (we love your music) and the announcer talked about a couple of shopping discount sites. I was driving at the time and couldn't remember and wasn't able to write them down. Could you share those sites again please? Thanks.
By: Norm on December 18, 2018
Wondered if there is a reason that you keep playing Casey Kasem from the 1980's on sunday morning? What happened to the earlier shows? In fact, do you not play the 1960s and 1970s anymore on your station?
By: Jim on October 20, 2019
You should listen to Melissa Ethridge’s Chiefs Song. It’s on YouTube. It’s great.
By: Tina Arnett on January 22, 2020
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