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KARL

1965–1979

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KKOS

1979–19??

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19??–1995

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KUPR

1995–1997

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KMCG

1997–1998

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KMSX

1998–2001

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KJQY

2001–2002

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KOCL

2002–2004

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KUSS

2004–2007

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2007–2010

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2010–2011

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KOGO-FM

2011–2012

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KSSX

2012–2016

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On December 26, 2012 at 9:57 AM, after playing "Silent Night" by Josh Groban, the station flipped to Rhythmic Oldies as "95.7 KISS-FM". "KISS-FM" launched with "Kiss" by Prince, followed by "You Should Be Dancing" by the Bee Gees. On February 22, 2013, KOGO-FM changed their call letters to KSSX.

2016–present

KSSX Jam'n 95.7

On May 27, 2016, at 3 PM, after playing "Ignition" by R. Kelly, KSSX officially made the transition to Urban Contemporary (with an emphasis on Hip-Hop and R&B hits), and relaunched as "Jam'n 95.7".


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