Radio Station Information

KRHQ 102.3 FM

City of License:
Indio, CA

Format:
Smooth Jazz

Owner:
RM (R M Broadcasting, LLC)

KRHQ is an FM radio station broadcasting at 102.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Indio, CA. The station airs smooth jazz programming. KRHQ is owned by RM.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

A GREAT station.
By: Cary on October 29, 2014

What happened to the smooth jazz format??
By: Phillip on March 1, 2015

Is the change to contemporary music permanent? Do you know of another station in the valley that will play smooth jazz? I can't find one. Am very disappointed with the change in format.
By: Pat on March 2, 2015

I am also very disappointed in the format change. The KJJZ Smooth Jazz format offered a unique option for listeners in the valley.
By: Jane on March 2, 2015

What happened to KJJZ smooth jazz. I miss hearing Fitz in the morning and the jazz variety played over the airwaves. Extremely disappointed with the switch. Where can we find smooth jazz on the radio? Don't we have enough "classic hits" stations in the desert already. Bring back the Jazz!
By: Martin on March 3, 2015

What happened to my favorite station and Mirada Wilson? Not happy.
By: Deborah on March 4, 2015

Miss my smooth jazz and Jeff & Fitz!
By: Peter Haugen on March 5, 2015

Why "fix" something that wasn't broken? Very disappointed in the change of format. Smooth Jazz catered to every age group-----just check the popularity of Fitz's Jazz Café at the McCallum. Please bring it back.
By: jo on March 6, 2015

i second the motion that the desert has enough "oldies/classic rock/classic hit" stations. we need smooth jazz back. and it had some of the best djs around.
By: cindi on March 9, 2015

Lost with the smooth jazz - so needed in the desert ! There is plenty of classic rock - not enough jazz. Think it was a bad decision - please bring back smooth jazz !!!!
By: Karen on March 14, 2015

Lost without the smooth jazz - so needed in the desert ! There is plenty of classic rock - not enough jazz. Think it was a bad decision - please bring back smooth jazz !!!!
By: Karen on March 14, 2015

Please give us a reason for taking smooth jazz off the radio. Best music going. Everyones asking where did the smooth jazz station go. Please bring it back.
By: Anita on March 16, 2015

I find it hard to listen to the radio now that KJJZ is off the air, Bring back The Fitz!
By: George Camacho on March 26, 2015

With the loss of KJZZ 102.3, their are no radio stations worth listening to. I bought XM radio...... these clowns can keep their lousy radio stations.
By: Tom Rose on March 26, 2015

So disappointed that this station changed! I want my smooth station back!!!! What happened to Fitz??? Please bring back our Jazzzzzz!!!!
By: Rockowitz on April 18, 2015

This is a huge loss for the Coachella valley and its music fans that love loved the format of KJJZ. Why the change? Is there another station here that plays similar music?
By: Barry on May 9, 2015

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By: Lisa Lamm on June 3, 2015

won some tickets to the cheep trick peter framton concert on june 13th was at fantasy casino and two of the dj,s were there and I was the winner of the concert tickets but when I went to will call as instructed the night of the concert there were no tickets the station boned me this was not a very nice thing to do had a new girl friend with me made me look pretty stupid you should not offer things or say things you don't intend to keep bad station
By: dominick carone on June 15, 2015

I just found out we've lost the best radio station in the valley - Kjjz and Fitz - had been listening to Sirius because of my traveling - Now I find the station I loved is gone - smooth jazz in the mellow desert - what a shame - what happened?????? - Eighteen years of the music that goes so well with desert life - I'm going to miss it for a long long time
By: Palm Springs Perry on October 2, 2015

I am so choked the Kjazz is gone gonna miss Fitz and Jeff. The other comments are valid. There are enough classic hit radio stations for every genre in the desert accept Jazz. You wonder why FM radio is going by the way of the Dodo bird! At least you could accomodate some of us jazz lovers by having a few days of the week. The new format is kinda hard on the ears. Grrrr
By: cc on November 29, 2015

Community Health Fair in Indio FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Aug. 11, 2017 Contact. Mario Matute, Tel 661-789-8112 INDIO,California- As part of National Health Center Week (NHCW), Central City Community Health Center is sponsoring a free day health fair at the Indio Clinic on Friday August 18, 2017. The fair will run from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Two mobile clinics will be added to provide Free Health Screenings, Asthma, Blood Pressure, Body Mass Index (BMI) Measurement, Cholesterol, Glucose, and Free Mammograms Screening. Indio Health Center is located at 81709 Dr. Carreon Blvd. Suite D-1 Indio, CA 92201. The health fair is designed to provide information and medical care to the underprivileged residents of Indio. The health fair will offer information for all members of the community In addition the health fair will feature music, raffles etc The health fair is being run by Central City Community Health Center with the support of ALINEA Medical Group, SRE, General Mexican Council, Congressman Raul Ruiz, MD Serving California’s 36th, State Senator Jeff Stone California 28th District, Assembly Member Eduardo Garcia District 56. The highlight at this event is the participation of Dr. Luis Pacheco a well known family medicine clinician in Los Angeles, California. Dr. Pacheco appeared daily as the medical expert for the Spanish-language Univision network flagship station KMEX-TV-Channel 34 in Los Angeles, with his daily health segment, “Ask the Doctor.” Special guests invited, Congressman Raul Ruiz, State Senator Jeff Stone, Assemblymember Eduardo Garcia, Indio City officials. About Central City Community Health Center (CCCHC) Inc. It is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit, Section-330 Federally Qualified Health Center. CCCHC was established in 1994 to serve low-income and medically undeserved residents that fall below the 200-percent Federal Poverty Level. Central City Community Health Center was founded July 26, 1994, by a group of community advocates in South Los Angeles, with a mission “to provide quality health and human services to the medically underinsured and low-income population in a culturally relevant manner.”
By: Mario Matute on August 11, 2017

Hi I am a listener and thought I would send you my Groundhog Day tune. Perhaps it would be fun to play it on one of your shows on Groundhog day to be thematic. Below is a link to my Youtube Video. If you would like me to send you an mp3 or a CD quality version I would be happy to do so. Happy Groundhog Day and keep playing all that great Jazz! Neil Seidel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GYFs50HrIYs
By: neil seidel on January 30, 2018

Just heard station ID "KRHQ Indio" format appears to be classic rock.
By: Joe Miller on September 23, 2018

If you miss listening to the Smooth Jazz that was on KJJZ 102.3 FM Palm Springs , you can listen to Miranda and many of the other D.J.'s on I HEART Radio . The Smooth Jazz Network
By: Stephen Farrell on May 1, 2020

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