Radio Station Information
WXMX 98.1 FM
City of License:
Cumulus Media (Radio License Holding Cbc, LLC)
WXMX is an FM radio station broadcasting at 98.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Millington, TN and is part of the Memphis, TN radio market. The station broadcasts Rock music programming and goes by the name "98.1 The MAX" on the air. WXMX is owned by Cumulus Media.
Station Coverage Map
Most Played Artist
Van Halen, Nickelback, Kid Rock, Foo Fighters, Pearl Jam, AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Aerosmith, Ozzy Osbourne, ZZ Top, The Red Hot Chili Peppers, U2, Pink Floyd, Kings Of Leon, Nirvana, Shinedown, Def Leppard, Stone Temple Pilots, The Rolling Stones, The Black Crowes
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Co-Owned Radio Stations in Memphis, TN
Listener Comments and Reviews
A request to baldo chavez from his girl vanessa thinking of you and missing you down from the rio grande valley in texas. Please I would appreciate tjis request he said that he listens.to this station every night and now I will start hearing it too. Thank you I will get the # to call. My# is 9564028474
By: Vanessa on July 19, 2011
I love this radio station EXCEPT on Sunday's and especially on Sunday nights. The DJ plays no classic rock at all. They just play weird stuff and I'm done listening. If this occurred occasionally it would be different but it's every weekend.
By: Patricia A Sweat on September 1, 2014
Please play Sarah Simmons "Honey I'am Fine" and 'Staring at the Sun" SHE IS THE BOMB!!!!! Thank you
By: Romeo on July 20, 2016
Can we send you guys songs we've made if agreed upon by staff?! I have a song called rebel-minded and i think it'd GO if the radio got ahold of it!
By: Antonio Hopkins on January 8, 2017
Have you looked at bringing Liliac to Memphis?
By: D Ramsey on March 28, 2019
Re: Turning down a job offer
I was once offered a job with a much higher salary and a greater benefits package than I had ever had in my life. By far better. I HAD TO TURN IT DOWN. The job was a repair technician for printing presses, the old AB Dick presses which were pretty much the industry standard at that time. They were huge machines with moving parts galore and dangerous to work around if you weren't on your toes at all times. I am very mechanically inclined and a stickler for safety. The reason I was forced to turn the job down was the company had a non negotiable policy of all technicians were required to wear a necktie at all times.
That was something that I could not bring myself to do because of the danger of getting a tie caught up in one of the rollers or gears and dragging my poor ass neck and head first into a certain maiming or death. I wanted the job very much and tried to negotiate with them over that one policy but they wouldn't budge. I'm still alive and well and have never had my ass drug into a death machine. I can't understand the policies of some of these companies. This happened in the mid 80s.
By: Bo McElya on July 21, 2020
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