Radio Station Information

KISS 104.1

WALR 104.1 FM

City of License:
Palmetto, GA

Format:
Urban Adult Contemporary

Market:
Atlanta, GA

Owner:
Cox Radio (Cox Radio, LLC)

WALR is an FM radio station broadcasting at 104.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Palmetto, GA and is part of the Atlanta, GA radio market. The station broadcasts Urban Adult Contemporary programming and goes by the name "KISS 104.1" on the air. WALR is owned by Cox Radio.

Most Played Artist

Luther Vandross, Michael Jackson, The O'Jays, Teddy Pendergrass, Stevie Wonder, Earth, Wind & Fire, Marvin Gaye, The Isley Brothers, Anita Baker, Keith Sweat, Babyface, Rick James, Maze, Maxwell, Rose Royce, Peabo Bryson, Jodeci, R. Kelly, Guy, Freddie Jackson

Nearby Radio Stations

WBTR 92.1 FM, Georgia Public Broadcasting 90.7, WLBB 1330 AM, El Patron 105.3, WXJO 1120 AM, WDCY 1520 AM, WGMI 1440 AM, WNEA 1300 AM, Fox Sports 1400, WQEE 99.1 FM

Co-Owned Radio Stations in Atlanta, GA

WNGC 106.1 FM, B98.5, News Talk WSB 750AM, News Talk WSB 95.5FM, 97.1 The River, 103.7 Chuck FM

Listener Comments and Reviews

can you play drank in my cup,and party rock anthem
By: sabrina perez on May 30, 2012

Hello, You southern black folk disrespected me. if I sued you for indirectly causing me harm because of your negligence and letting the wrong folks come onto your property and harming me I would receive upto $150,000 in some states and could be a wage garnishment without you talking about a payment arrangment. don't mess with the wrong negro or you will me got and wish you had not. You have a choice. Remember renters could do a lifetime jurisdiction bond possibly to be covered like the HBCUs and the lifetime vestas bond or lifetime vista bond to receive the coverage like the HBCUs where certain things will not be allowed on your property or dwelling place. Please pass this info on to the other black only radio stations. This does effect/affect all black folk that will cross into your dwelling place. Remember the black church where the church was caught on fire and 5 little girls died.
By: Tyann Pleshette Moore on October 30, 2019

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