Basic Radio Station Information

106.9 The Eagle

KHPT 106.9 FM

City of License:
Conroe, TX

Classic Hits

Houston-Galveston, TX

Cox Radio (Cox Radio, Inc.)

KHPT is an FM radio station broadcasting at 106.9 MHz. The station is licensed to Conroe, TX and is part of the Houston-Galveston, TX radio market. The station airs classic hits music programming and goes by the name "106.9 The Eagle" on the air. KHPT is owned by Cox Radio.

Most Played Artist

U2, The Police, R.E.M., INXS, Depeche Mode, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, Talking Heads, Goo Goo Dolls, Alanis Morissette, Peter Gabriel, The Clash, Matchbox Twenty, The Beastie Boys, The Cure, Bush, Gin Blossoms, Collective Soul, Creed

Nearby Radio Stations

KORG 105.3 FM, KZCL 101.5 FM, Country Legend 97.1, 89.3 KSBJ, KJOZ 880 AM, Asia 1, KRCM 1380 AM, KYOK 1140 AM, KNLY 91.1 FM, KZCC 106.1 FM

Co-Owned Radio Stations in Houston-Galveston, TX

107.5 The Eagle, 93Q, Country Legend 97.1

Listener Comments and Reviews

KHPT is now Alternative
By: Charles Nutt on April 7, 2011

would like employment opportunity at the station.extensive customer service experience, and I can also be very entertaining Ph#(936)333-2740 For Personnel Dept. Thank you
By: Robert Coalter on June 28, 2011

Week Day Line Up John Tesh 1a- 6a Jim Brickman 6a- 11a Viki Roger 11a- 3p The Drive Home With The Lia Radio Show 3p- 7p Delilah Radio Show 7p- 1a Saturday & Sunday Radio Show Line Up John Tesh 1a- 12p Jim Brickman Weekends 12p- 3p Afternoons With The Lia Show 3p- 7p Delilah Radio Show 7p- 1a
By: Aaron McCluske on July 20, 2011 This is a YOUTUBE link of the HURRICANE SONG. Ohio feels your pain.
By: C.W. Pritchard on September 7, 2017

A song, not played very often, I can not make out the main verse. Sounds like maybe 'Roller Coaster" or "Hold Her Closer" I would appreciate it if you could figure out what I'm talking about and email me the actual name. Thank you in advance.
By: Bruce Jones on April 6, 2018

106.9 and 107.5 Are the same station using multiple transmitters to cover north and south of Houston
By: Anonymous on May 21, 2018

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