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WFMI

1995–1997

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WXPT

May 9–November 1997

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WPNT

1997–1999

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WMJO

April 16–June 1999

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WJMR

1999–2000

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WFMR

2000–2007

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WJZX

2007–2010

WJZX (Smooth Jazz)

WNQW

May 27–June 7, 2010

Tiger 106.9 milwaukee

WZBK-FM

2010–2012

WZBK (Big Buck Country)

WNRG-FM

2012–present

WNRG Energy 106.9

On September 7, 2012, at 10 AM, after playing "What Might Have Been" by Little Texas and the first minute and a half of "The Thunder Rolls" by Garth Brooks (which began repeating on the line "When the thunder rolls/and the lightning strikes..." before grinding to a halt that led into energizing sound effects featuring thunder and lightning), WZBK changed their format to Rhythmic Top 40, branded as "Energy 106.9". "Energy" launched with "Party Rock Anthem" by LMFAO. The call letters were changed to WNRG-FM on September 12, 2012.


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