Radio Station Information
KCMY 1300 AM
City of License:
Carson City, NV
Evans, Jerry (The Evans Broadcasting Company, Inc.)
KCMY is an AM radio station broadcasting at 1300 KHz. The station is licensed to Carson City, NV and is part of the Reno, NV radio market. The station broadcasts Country Oldies programming and goes by the name "My Country 1300" on the air. KCMY is owned by Evans, Jerry.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
We listen to your station all the time. Great music ! I would like to hear a better variety, however, since the same songs seem to be played on a regular basis.
Also, I need a phone number. I would like to have you broadcast an upcoming community event for the town of Dayton NV.
Thank you in advance for your response.
By: Andrea Platsis on June 12, 2011
By the way, your number that you have on your website in incorrect. 882-1636 belongs to an insurance salesman who was kind enough to call me back and let me know. Please fix the problem.
By: Andrea Platsis on June 12, 2011
I listen to your station, KCMY 93.5, all of the time when I am in town.
I would love to have access to KCMY via the internet so that I can listen to the great music while I am on the road, which is a lot.
Thanks J Daniels
By: J Daniels on June 19, 2011
Why do your DJ's cut off the last part and sometimes a beauthiful ending to a record?
By: Edmund Enriquez on July 8, 2011
I listen to you all the time. Today, especially, I want to thank you and praise you for NOT being afraid to wish the listeners 'MERRY CHRISTMAS' and share the REAL Christmas Story. May God bless you for your courage in a time when saying Merry CHRISTmas and mentioning anything about our awesome God is so offensive to the very vocal few!
By: Dorothy on December 24, 2011
Is KCMY off the air? I have had a dead air signal for several days now....
By: B Bart on May 27, 2014
Where did you guys go? Enjoyed your station soooo much!
By: Marian on May 28, 2014
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September 2, 2014
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By: Douglas Johnson on September 2, 2014
Why such a weak signal? I can barely hear you here in Sparks...
By: Bert Soileau on October 20, 2014
Ok how do I enter for the Bahamas vacation package???
By: Lynda Mendoza on November 9, 2014
I can hear your station on 390 KHz. Is this just your link?
I like KCMY. I hope you never change it.
By: Larry on March 20, 2015
Did you change your format on 102.5? Seems as though you started playing a lot of the new artificial "country". I hope you didn't sell out and start playing that junk. Your station was the only place to go for REAL country. I can't stomach sitting through that new junk waiting for the REAL country.
By: Curt Thomas on May 17, 2015
The comments on 16 May 2015 by Curt Thomas are how I also feel about what's happened to 102.5. I can't stomach sitting through that "artificial country" that's been sneaking in lately. Please go back to these artists and drop the new "artificial country" junk. Waylon, Johnny Cash, Randy Travis, Charlie Pride, Hank Jr, Bellamy Bros, Alabama, Don Williams, George Jones, Confederate Railroad, John Denver, Alan Jackson, Toby Keith, Ronnie Milsap, Dan Seals, Merle Haggard, Earl Thomas Conley, Garth Brooks, John Conlee, Johnny Paycheck, Kenny Rogers, Marty Robbins, Rodney Crowell, Travis Tritt, Dolly Parton, Jo Dee Messina, Kathy Mattea, Lacy J. Dalton, Reba McEntire, Tanya Tucker, Brooks & Dunn, Diamond Rio, Highway 101, just to name a few. You'll notice that Hank Senior and Patsy Cline are missing. They're just a bit too old style, twangy & hoaky for my taste.
Thanks for listening. There are only a very small number of Country radio stations that I can receive here in north Carson City, and I've had yours pre-selected on my radio for a long time, but I'm unhappy with the "artificial" Country that's creeping into 102.5.
By: Fred Webb on July 25, 2015
I enjoy ur station every time I go to visit friends in fernly. I live north of San Francisco and I can receive ur station at sundown for a hour. And sometimes in the day time down in the mud. 1308 drowns you out most of the time. There's no more real cowboy music in California . 660am Navajo nation is my other favorite station. But they have more of a mix of old and new but nice DJs keep up the good broadcasting
By: Brian h. on May 2, 2020
I love your station kcmy has a vast country classics of the past . It's like going back in time. Kcmy seems not to have the redundant worthless clutter you hear on a radio today. It would be nice to hear kcmy online during the day. I listen at night. Your station dominates the 1300 spot in Bakersfield CA with occasional fading
By: Richard on September 1, 2020
Why do you find it necessary to play annoying music while trying to give the news on the hour? I love your station and listen to it all day long while driving but have to turn it down or change stations when you are trying to talk over the annoying music. Why not just give the news without the music?
By: Linda on April 1, 2021
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