Basic Radio Station Information
City of License:
Green County Broadcasting (Big Radio)
WBGR is an FM radio station broadcasting at 93.7 MHz. The station is licensed to Monroe, WI. The station airs adult contemporary music programming. WBGR is owned by Green County Broadcasting.
Most Played Artist
Elvis Presley, Chicago, Stevie Wonder, The Eagles, The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, Fleetwood Mac, Michael Jackson, The Beatles, The Steve Miller Band, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Donna Summer, The Supremes, The Doobie Brothers, Elton John, Daryl Hall & John Oates, Billy Joel, The Bee Gees, Earth, Wind & Fire, The Pointer Sisters
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Listener Comments and Reviews
OMG! The afternoon show with Sly??? Hate it, keep this up and I will convert to Rockford radio...
By: Julie on February 25, 2013
I would really like you to start playing Alan Parson's Project song "Time keeps flowing like a River". I listen routinely from Madison, afternoons and evening weeknights from 8 to 11 pm. I miss the song. How about Saturday Morning Oldies????
By: Kenneth Kepke on January 28, 2018
What is your web address?
By: Phil on August 13, 2018
You pre-empt Saturday Morning Oldies - one of your most popular programs - with...a Cross country match. Cross country. On the radio. Really?!?!?!?!
By: Lily on September 8, 2018
Ever think of airing Dick Bartley.? He has a nice 4 hour show. 1970s and 1980s songs.
By: Harry on December 30, 2018
Hey guys my dad is looking for a song that you guys played February 8th from the time 11-12 and I was wondering if you guys would happen to have a list of the songs played around then PLEASE HELP thanks.
By: Destiny Kaderly on February 10, 2019
ATTN: SCOTT REF:: Vibraton; Check Drive shaft Universonal joints.
By: glenn on June 13, 2019
Really like the weekend oldies, especially those on Sunday which are the best. The blues segment is a nice change of pace also.
By: Bruce Giersch on July 26, 2019
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