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For the airport in Grand Rapids, Michigan, assigned ICAO code KGRR, see Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
City Epworth, Iowa
Broadcast area Dubuque, Iowa
Branding 97.3 The Rock
Slogan "We Rock the Tri-States"
Frequency 97.3 MHz
First air date 1994
Format Mainstream rock
ERP 19,000 watts
HAAT 116 m (381 ft)
Class C3
Facility ID 26898
Transmitter coordinates 42°26′28″N 90°47′20″W / 42.44111°N 90.78889°W / 42.44111; -90.78889Coordinates: 42°26′28″N 90°47′20″W / 42.44111°N 90.78889°W / 42.44111; -90.78889
Callsign meaning Great Rock 'n Roll
Owner Radio Dubuque, Inc.
Sister stations KDTH, KATF, WVRE
Webcast Listen Live

KGRR (97.3 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a mainstream rock format to the Dubuque, Iowa, United States, area. The station is licensed to Radio Dubuque, Inc.[1] Its transmitter is located alongside U.S. Highway 20 between Dubuque and Peosta on top of the U.S. 20 Bluff.[2] KGRR was used as the radio station call letters in an episode of 'The Twilight Zone' Nightsong (TV episode 1986 #2.6). The frequency on the show was 93.3 FM and it was located somewhere in California.

former KGRR logo until 2010

On March 1, 2010, KGRR shifted from a classic rock format to an mainstream rock format as "97.3 The Rock".

On-air staff include Program Director and Morning Show host Johnny Rhodes, and Tom Drake with afternoons. Drake also hosts special segments including Two for the Road (Daily at 5pm) and The Listening Room on Friday evenings.


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