Radio Station Information
City of License:
Owens One Company (Buck Owens Production Company, Incorporated)
KCWR is an FM radio station broadcasting at 107.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Bakersfield, CA and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Classic Country programming. KCWR is owned by Owens One Company.
Station Coverage Map
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Hi, my 43 anniversary is Wednesday 8/24/2011 and I would like to have a song played for my wife. I was wondering if I could send or email a copy of the song for you to listen to and maybe you could play it for her on this special day.
Thank you for your time and consideration in this matter
James E. Smith
By: james smith on August 21, 2011
I'm puttin down my dog and would cherish hearing feed Jake,i don'trecall the artist, I'm sad to say
By: Jess Knutson on May 18, 2013
Great station, but could you play more old country and not so much new country/pop. I listen to the station at work and like the old stuff. thank you
By: B. Smith on March 13, 2019
This is my favorite station, and while I agree with B. Smith's comment above (more classic country), my biggest disappointment is not being able to tune in on the internet so that I can listen when I'm out of town. Please Please PLEASE get on iheart radio!
By: Kelsey Gallegos on January 30, 2020
I'm a truck driver. When I drive through the area, which I do alot, can you play streets of bakersfield? Also, how about kathy mattes, eighteen wheels and dozen Rose's? I'm doing my 10 right now, so I would have a good chance to hear the songs. Thanks!
By: Don on June 4, 2020
This station sucks. To many sad commercials
By: Terri on December 16, 2020
Isn’t this the station that had Rush Limbaugh? Now no talk radio? Is it Dom other station? If it wax you. Are you going to Air Dan Bongeno whoI think is taking the Rush spot on most stations?
Thanks for any info!
By: Mark P. on March 20, 2021
I understand that the station is held to the current music out of Nashville. But, there is a lot of Outlaw Country coming out of Nashville and Austin, TX. Not sure what defines Outlaw Country...but it's based on old Willie Nelson and Waylon Jennings music. Add in the new cross-over music, blues, Americana, Bluegrass. Artists like Todd Snider, Jason Isbell, Ray Wylie Hubbard, and many more deserve to be heard on commercial radio. It is after all true American music based in the roots of Southern music.
By: Mark Livingston on April 17, 2021
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