Basic Radio Station Information
KZPS 92.5 FM
Dallas-Ft. Worth's Classic Rock
City of License:
Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX
iHeartMedia (formerly known as Clear Channel) (Amfm Texas Licenses LLC, As Debtor In Possession)
14001 N. Dallas Parkway Suite 300
Dallas, TX 75240
KZPS is an FM radio station broadcasting at 92.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Dallas, TX and is part of the Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX radio market. The station airs classic rock music programming and goes by the name "Lone Star 92.5" on the air with the slogan "Dallas-Ft. Worth's Classic Rock". KZPS is owned by iHeartMedia under the supervision of General Manager Jd Freeman.
Most Played Artist
Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Journey, The Eagles, ZZ Top, Boston, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Foreigner, The Steve Miller Band, Aerosmith, The Cars, Fleetwood Mac, Bad Company, Queen, The Police, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Heart, Elton John, Rush
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX
Listener Comments and Reviews
By: gabriel garcia on July 26, 2014
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By: Short Cut Lawn Service on March 22, 2015
A good friend of ours is on his last legs due to cancer. I want to check to see what we could do dedicate 1 hour (or more) of time to him by playing his favorite classic rock songs? We are hoping that you could mention the songs are dedicated to him during this time. I'm sure you are not aware, but he is one of the OFSH (close group on FaceBook), Original Fry Street Hippies from from Denton - we go back to the 60's. Side note: he was with us in the 70's when we presented n 8 foot 'Joint' to the DA in Dallas. Let me know what it will take to do this in the next few days.
By: John Daglio on July 30, 2015
Hello I am throwing an event for the Dallas Bishop Arts Winery in the Bishop Arts Winery **** I'm asking everyone to come and check out your schedules November 6th 7th (2-10 PM) and 8th (12-6 PM) so that we can have you check out the 8-10 wineries that we will have for you to enjoy! ADMISSION IS $30 AND SOME OF THE PROCEEDS WILL GO TO JONATHAN'S PLACE A SHELTER FOR CHILDREN!! We will have arts and crafts and LIVE music! Come and see us!!
By: Jessica Valdez on September 28, 2015
Glad I eventually found a decent Classic Rock station that I can pick up on my ancient transistor radio.
By: John Hill on February 5, 2016
Please start playing the song "Get Together" by The Youngbloods in 1967. Our country needs this message now more than ever.
By: Jeanne Mabry on July 10, 2016
Love this station ! Never disappointed with the playlist. My all time favorite artist is Stevie nicks. I know she will be in Dallas October 30 and would love to be able to make to the concert but tickets are not in my budget at this time. So I was wondering if y'all will be having any contest for the tickets or any give always. If so could you PLEASE email me the dates and times. Please please please. Lol. Thank you
By: Sharan reagan on September 10, 2016
This is my absolute favorite radio station next to 98.7. This station neved gets old and always plays some of rhe best classic rock. I hope this station never "dies" as I have seen many other rocks station do. Keep it up 92.5
By: Katelyn on May 17, 2017
Who was/is Leean?
By: Anonymous on November 27, 2017
Hey. I was hoping you could help my friend and i by getting his music heard by more people. If you could that'd be great.
By: Yvng Pity on December 8, 2017
I have been listening to 92.5 for many, many years but lately, I'm been pushing mute every time I hear Queen. I noticed that Queen is played every 10 - 15 minutes and frankly, I'm sick of hearing the same songs played over and over. There are many other classic rock groups that you can be playing (James Gang, Cream, Spencer Davis, Jeff Beck, Crosby Stills Nash & Young, Free, Rod Stewart and many others who are never played). Please make some changes to your playlist.
By: DMH on March 1, 2019
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