KLPX

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KLPX
KLPX Logo BlackBackground.jpg
City Tucson, Arizona
Broadcast area Tucson, Arizona
Branding 96.1 KLPX
Slogan Tucson's Real Classic Rock
Frequency 96.1 MHz (also on HD Radio)
First air date September 25, 1978 (as KCEE-FM)
Format Classic rock
ERP 100,000 watts
HAAT 595 meters
Class C
Facility ID 2745
Transmitter coordinates 32°14′56″N 111°6′59″W / 32.24889°N 111.11639°W / 32.24889; -111.11639Coordinates: 32°14′56″N 111°6′59″W / 32.24889°N 111.11639°W / 32.24889; -111.11639
Former callsigns KCEE-FM (1978-1979)
KTKT-FM (1979-1981)
Owner Lotus Communications Corporation
(Arizona Lotus Corp.)
Sister stations KTKT, KFMA-FM, KCMT-FM
Website 96.1 KLPX

KLPX is a classic rock radio station that serves Tucson, Arizona. KLPX broadcasts on the frequency of 96.1 MHz and broadcasts from northwest Tucson. The KLPX transmitter is located on Tower Peak in the Tucson Mountains, with studios in the northside of the city.

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The station was assigned the call letters KCEE-FM on 09-25-1978. On 07-04-1979 KLPX signed on the air.[1] Some on air personalities include The Frank Show, Larry Mac, Beth Simmons, Alice Cooper, Razor, DC Collins, Sammy Hagar, The Mullet, Tony Bones, Dick Havoc, Crazy Elaine, Corey Cruise, Marissa, and the BIG G.

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