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City Ridgecrest, California
Broadcast area Ridgecrest, Olancha, Cartago, Lone Pine, Big Pine, Bishop, Mammoth Lakes
Branding Z-93.7 FM
Slogan Real Classic Rock
Frequency 93.7 MHz
Format Classic rock
ERP 1,700 watts
HAAT -68 meters
Class A
Facility ID 190406
Transmitter coordinates 35°37′20″N 117°40′13″W / 35.62222°N 117.67028°W / 35.62222; -117.67028
Affiliations Westwood One News
Motor Racing Network (Sprint Cup Series)
Sister stations KDUN AM 1030 Reedsport, OR, K296DW (107.1) Lone Pine, K285CP, Bishop/Mammoth Lakes (104.9)

KZFX (93.7 FM, "Z 93.7") is a radio station broadcasting a locally programmed Classic rock format. Licensed to Ridgecrest, United States, it broadcasts from Ridgecrest, California and serves the High Desert, HWY 395 from Ridgecrest to Lone Pine, Big Pine, Bishop and Mammoth Lakes area. It came on air in July, 2012 and is programmed by the veteran Classic Rock programmer and owner Chuck Contreras. The station is currently features programming from Westwood One News, California Headline News , Motor Racing Network (Sprint Cup Series), Timewarp with Bill St. James, Get the Led Out, Alice Copper weekends and The Z 93-7 Classic Disc.

The Z 93-7 Classic Disc is one of the stations most popular programs hosted by Chuck Contreras. The show features a "Classic Disc" (an original vinyl album re-released on CD) played all the way through without commercial interruptions weekdays at 10 pm.

KZFX serves Cartago, Olancha, Ridgecrest, Lone Pine, Big Pine, Bishop and Mammoth Lakes, California.

KZFX was formerly KKYT until November 16, 2013. The station aired a Country Music format until September 25, 2013.

As of April 1, 2016 the station is off-the-air.


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