Radio Station Information
WZRR 99.5 FM
City of License:
Cumulus Media (Radio License Holding Cbc, LLC)
WZRR is an FM radio station broadcasting at 99.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Birmingham, AL and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Classic Rock music programming and goes by the name "Rock 99.5" on the air. WZRR is owned by Cumulus Media.
Station Coverage Map
Most Played Artist
The Rolling Stones, Led Zeppelin, Van Halen, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Aerosmith, Pink Floyd, Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Steve Miller Band, Foreigner, Queen, AC/DC, Def Leppard, The Who, The Eagles, Boston, The Beatles, ZZ Top, The Doors, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers, Styx
Nearby Radio StationsWJOX 94.5 FM, 95.7 Jamz, WAYE 1220 AM, 102.5 The Bull, Air 1 106.5, 103.7 The Q, Magic 96.5, WJLD 1400 AM, 93 WDJC, WAGG 610 AM
Co-Owned Radio Stations in Birmingham, AL
1070 WAPI, WJOX 94.5 FM, WJOX 690 AM, JOX 2: ESPN 100.5, Hot 107.7
Listener Comments and Reviews
Why did 99.5 The Vibe go off the air?
By: Bill on August 17, 2014
That's funny - the only obvious reason was to get rid of the staff that was already in place and doing a jam up job! Strange way to do it, but that's all it accomplished. We don't have a money spending 12 year old base here in the Birmingham Market demo. It didn't take anyone more than a fool to think what they did would work. If the owners had looked over the Arbitron data first, it would have saved them a lot of time and money. That was really a less than brilliant move.
By: Gene on July 26, 2015
You need to talk to your engineer. The UAB basketball broadcast tonight (1/16/16) was interrupted at least four times with country music (probably recorded). The interruptions lasted anywhere from one to 5 songs with accompanying announcer talk in between songs. The music was playing over and drowning the basketball broadcast. The music was definitely your broadcast, complete with station identification. The way that local broadcast keep interrupting game it sounded like a technical problem, perhaps recording starting up on a timing program.
Figuring it out what went wrong is your problem. All I know is that it was very, very aggravating. Please don't let that happen again.
By: Rick on January 17, 2016
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