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Not to be confused with KKHK.
KHKK logo.png
City KHKK: Modesto, California
KDJK: Mariposa, California
Broadcast area Stockton, Modesto, and Merced
Branding 104.1 The Hawk
Slogan The Valley's Classic Rock
Frequency KHKK: 104.1 MHz
KDJK: 103.9 MHz
First air date KHKK: 1949 (as KTRB-FM)
KDJK: 1992 (as KHOV)
Format Classic rock
ERP KHKK: 50,000 watts
KDJK: 71 watts
HAAT KHKK: 152 meters
KDJK: 624 meters
Class KHKK: B
Facility ID KHKK: 11240
KDJK: 11241
Transmitter coordinates KHKK:37°39′10″N 121°28′38″W / 37.65278°N 121.47722°W / 37.65278; -121.47722
KDJK:37°32′0″N 120°1′29″W / 37.53333°N 120.02472°W / 37.53333; -120.02472
Callsign meaning KHKK: The HawK
KDJK: unknown
Former callsigns KHKK:
KTRB-FM (1949-?)
KHOP (?-1996)
KROW (1996)
KHRA (1989-1992, CP)
KHOV (1992-1994)
KROW (1994-1996)
KHOP (5/1996-7/1996)
Owner Cumulus Media
(Radio License Holding CBC, LLC)
Webcast Listen Live

KHKK is the call sign of The Hawk, a radio station licensed to Modesto, California with studios located in Stockton, California.[1] The Hawk's frequency is 104.1 FM. The Hawk is dedicated to classic rock music, and their slogan is "Bob and Tom in the morning, and classic rock with no repeats all day." The Hawk's DJs never play the same song twice during the day. Its studios are in Stockton, and its transmitter for KHKK is located south of Tracy, California, while the one for KDJK is in Mariposa, California.


The Hawk was KHOP, which was a Contemporary Hits station during the 1980s but switched to Album Oriented Rock on November 2, 1992 and was known as Rock 104. On April 23, 1996, Rock 104 moved to its new frequency at 95.1 FM and after a few days of an All Elvis music stunt, switched formats on April 29, 1996 to Classic Hits and changed its call sign to KROW and was known as ARROW 104.1 "All Rock & Roll Oldies".

On August 5, 1996, they changed their logo to The Hawk and slogan to "All Rock & Roll Hits", but retained the Classic Hits format. On December 1, 2000, The Hawk tweaked its format from Classic Hits to a harder edged Classic Rock format while The Bob & Tom Show moved over from its sister station at 95.1 FM. Richard Perry is the Hawk's Program Director, and serves as disc jockey from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. He was formally employed at the legendary, original KDJK-95.1 as production director as well as cohost with Beaver Brown on the morning show.

Other D.J.s include... Randy Maranz 2p-6p

Kennedy 6p-10p

and Jeff Adams 10p-2a

All have a long history in Modesto Radio.

KDJK simulcasts this station on FM frequency 103.9 MHz, serving Mariposa, California.

During the NFL regular season, the Hawk is one of the twenty stations that broadcast Oakland Raiders games.


  • A-Z Weekend - Database is played in alphabetical order.
  • Twofer Tuesday - back-to-back songs from each artist.


  1. ^ "We've Moved!!!!". Hawk Happenings. KHKK. Retrieved January 9, 2012. 

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