Radio Station Information

KXIQ 105.1 FM

City of License:
Brownsville, TX

McAllen-Brownsville-Harlingen, TX

Brownsville Society For The Performing Arts, Inc.

KXIQ is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting at 105.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Brownsville, TX and is part of the McAllen-Brownsville-Harlingen, TX radio market.

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Listener Comments and Reviews

I just discovered this station and I totally love it! Great oldies, great music! We needed this in Briwnsville. Gonna share with my friends Rosie Harrison
By: Rose Harrison on July 31, 2017

I also just discovered this station while playing with a new radio. Great music selection with lots of commercial free music. My new favorite station.
By: Neal Tenhulzen on August 5, 2017

I've only just discovered this station, and I'm already in love! What a great variety!
By: Ng on August 23, 2017

I've been here a year now, and have been disappointing with the radio that I've been able to find. That is, until I recently found this station! My wife and I are professionals, and have had the radio stuck to this station. When we finally have a house-warming party, this station will be the DJ.
By: Dr3 on August 26, 2017

Love your songs please play song from the animals dont let me be misunderstood
By: Gerardo Granja on August 27, 2017

This station is the best thing to happen in Brownsville in a long time.
By: Tom H. Robinson on September 5, 2017

Surfing the stations when i run across som Santana, Hendrix, Aerosmith. Pink Floyd! Dn't think i'll be changing the tuner now for a long while. Keep it up gang you have an awesome station. Thank you.
By: Rolando Rodriguez on October 17, 2017

I love 105.1 fm kxiq! It's always playing just the right tunes. Thank you, George Ramirez and BSPA!
By: Mary Helen Flores on October 30, 2017

I just came across your station and am loving it. Local radio has been terrible for too long. Thank you for the refreshing change.
By: Lorrie on November 10, 2017

I just discovered this station and I totally love all the music you all play, keep it going
By: Jeff Stedje on January 11, 2018

Love this station!
By: Mr. Rick on January 14, 2018

How can I find out what songs you play?
By: Kali deAnda on January 16, 2018

What a great repartoire, excellent taste in music. Love all the Blues you play. Coming From the windy city this is an oasis of fine music. Keep up the good work
By: Ruben Luna on February 14, 2018

Wow! I came back to my home town for Charro Days this year and I found y'all. Ur station is much better than the ones in my current home in SA. I'm really impressed by the music selection and ur station. Most stations here are primarily broadcasting Mex or Tex-Mex. Y'all are diverse. Keep it up, however, when y'all get the opportunity, pls join up with a web site like Simply Radio or similar broadcast. Since ur an LP station, I wud definitely listen via the web. I will also provide a contribution to the station with continued support. Tks for this enlightenment in the Brownsville area. Just WOW! Good show BSPA!
By: Will on February 25, 2018

I really enjoy the music! Please publish the playlist so I can identify a few songs and singers that I do not know. Thanks for the great variety.
By: Sharon Eliason on May 5, 2018

I just found out about this radio station. I really enjoy it because its not like the others. The music ia actually soothing to me. Keep it up and thank you for something different.
By: Mari Mendez on May 14, 2018

I have searched 10 long years since I moved to the Brownsville area for a free form radio station. I finally found you last week during a shopping trip to Brownsville.The fabled rich history of border radio is revived in your programming. I am grateful to have a source for true variety. In the late 1960s a free form radio station in Denver Colorado call letters KFML captivated my love for free form radio. KFML programmer DJs Thom Trunnell and Bill Ashford among others captured the true spirit of radio as you do. Thank you so much for the spirit you share, I hope it would be possible to visit your studio at some time to share musical stories. Leo DeVigil
By: Leo DeVigil on October 9, 2018

I was playing with the radio and came across this station, needless to say I have not changed stations since. I absolutely enjoy the variety of music and the fact that the station is commercial free.
By: Jesse on December 21, 2018

You played a song tonight at around 8:30pm. It was blues sounding song. What was the name of the song and artist? That song was awsome. Part of the lryics was "I wanna be your guy. "
By: ALBERT J YBARRA on February 26, 2019

I found this station by accident. The best format to come to this town in forever. My radio stays on this station. Nobody touches my radio!
By: Martha Calkin on April 15, 2019

Please add the lists of songs played!
By: Steff on April 27, 2019

Just discovered this station today. A diverse genre of music; not bad. I’m sure to save it on my radio.
By: Mike on June 5, 2019

What happened to the format - it’s change to more like a rock station - no Spanish music
By: Richard Prince on November 18, 2019

Thank you for the music. As a frequent visitor from upstate NY, the discovery of 105.1 in Brownsville has been a real treat The programming variation makes listening fun and sometimes unexpected. Seriously, I had not heard Django Reinhardt since the 70's. Fantastic! You re-invigorated my interest in his music as well as some others. Keep up the great work.
By: Dan Rontey on January 11, 2020

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