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KEKA is a 100,000 watt powerhouse station that started broadcasting in the Summer of 1984. After trying a couple of different formats, the station settled into the country format in the mid-80s. The radio station is music intensive, with features and music-based programs.

KEKA is a Classic Hit Country format, featuring the music and the artists that have made the format the most programmed in America. Country music really is America’s music. In addition to the music, KEKA broadcasts Fox Radio News one-minute hourly news. We also have local news in the morning and afternoon.

We complement our country music with  the most popular sports programming in our area: San Francisco Giants baseball!

KEKA also broadcasts The Shopping Show each Saturday morning from 8a – 12a.

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    • On this day November 20, 2013
      Loretta Lynn, Oprah Winfrey and Bill Clinton were among those presented the Presidential Medal of Freedom during ceremonies by President Barack Obama in Washington, D.C. Presenting the award to Loretta, President Barack Obama said "Over 50 years after she cut her first record and canned her first vegetables, Loretta Lynn still reigns as the rule-breaking, record-setting queen of country music.
    • On this day November 20, 2000
      Faith Hill was at #1 on the US Country chart with her fourth studio album. It won a Award for Best Country Album and is one of the most successful country/pop albums to date. It has shipped over eight million copies in the US and the album debuted at #1 on the 200, a first for the country artist.
    • On this day November 20, 1954
      Bartenders in Hammond, Indiana requesed that disc jockeys at WJOB radio stop playing Ferlin Husky's "The Drunken Driver," about an intoxicated driver who causes a crash that kills two children; the song "is hurting business," the union claimed.

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