Basic Radio Station Information

KISW Rock 99.9 FM

KISW 99.9 FM

City of License:
Seattle, WA


Seattle-Tacoma, WA

Entercom Communications (Entercom License, LLC)

KISW is an FM radio station broadcasting at 99.9 MHz. The station is licensed to Seattle, WA and is part of the Seattle-Tacoma, WA radio market. The station airs rock programming and goes by the name "KISW Rock 99.9 FM" on the air. KISW is owned by Entercom Communications.

Most Played Artist

Nirvana, Stone Sour, Alter Bridge, Disturbed, Pearl Jam, Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, Hinder, Metallica, Alice In Chains, Shinedown, AC/DC, Avenged Sevenfold, Saving Abel, Pink Floyd, AC, Five Finger Death Punch, Stone Temple Pilots, Guns N' Roses, Three Days Grace

Nearby Radio Stations

The Wolf 100.7, The Mountain 103.7 FM, Classical KING FM 98.1, C 89.5, The End 107.7, K-Love 104.5, Power 93.3, Spirit 105.3, Star 101.5, 95.7 The Jet Seattle

Co-Owned Radio Stations in Seattle-Tacoma, WA

The Mountain 103.7 FM, The Wolf 100.7, The End 107.7

Listener Comments and Reviews

Saturday, August 8, 2015, 5 to 9 pm, is Olympia’s 30th annual Bon Odori Japanese Dance Festival, sponsored by the Olympia Chapter, Japanese American Citizens League. The event is located between 5th Avenue & Legion Way on Water Street (next to Capitol Lake/Heritage Park) Food/craft booths open at 5 pm together with a series of Japanese community demonstrations: 5-5:20 River Ridge High School Taiko 5:30-5:50 pm Aikido of Olympia 6:00-6:20 pm Okinawa Kenji Kai taiko 6:30 -6:50 pm Shotokan Karate by Akiko Yoshii-Johnson In Buddhist tradition, souls of ancestors join their living relatives to dance. In villages throughout Japan, people enjoy taiko drumming, eat, drink, and dance in the steps of their families that came before for 13 centuries. Olympia, without a Japanese Buddhist temple, observes the secular aspects of the celebration. Bon dances rejoice in life, as we visit with ancestors who have departed for the spirit world. Also featured is taiko drumming, a large, loud drum ensemble, which was traditionally used to send messages between villages in mountainous Japan. There is free dance lessons Friday, August 7th, from 7-9 pm at the Olympia Center, 222 Columbia Street NW, in Olympia. Information (360) 791-3295 or (360) 556-7562.
By: Bob Nakamura on August 6, 2015

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By: tyler stewart on August 30, 2016

Please do an episode on military underground cloning centers and the missing children taken there.
By: Nicole Potter on August 15, 2018

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