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City Weston, Idaho
Broadcast area Northern Utah and Weston, Idaho
Branding Classic Rock 95.9
Slogan Classic Rock That Rocks
Frequency 95.9 MHz (also on HD Radio)
Translator(s) see below
Repeater(s) 95.9 KLZX-FM1 (Tremonton, Utah)
First air date 2000
Format Classic rock
ERP 25,000 watts
HAAT 66 metres (217 ft)
Class C3
Facility ID 88184
Transmitter coordinates 41°52′18″N 111°48′31″W / 41.87167°N 111.80861°W / 41.87167; -111.80861Coordinates: 41°52′18″N 111°48′31″W / 41.87167°N 111.80861°W / 41.87167; -111.80861
Former callsigns KFCX (5/2000-8/2000, CP)
Owner Sun Valley Radio Inc
Sister stations KVNU, KLGN, KKEX, KVFX, KBLQ, KGNT
Webcast Listen Live
Website klzxfm.com

KLZX (95.9 FM) is a radio station broadcasting a Classic rock format. Licensed to Weston, Idaho, United States, the station is currently owned by Sun Valley Radio Inc.[1] The station is also broadcast on HD radio.[2] According to Radio-Locator, the transmitter for KLZX is located in northern Utah. KLZX can be heard regularly in Salt Lake City, via its booster signal (KLZX-1) broadcasting near Tremonton, Utah. The booster also carries the station's HD Radio signals.[3]


The station was assigned the calls KFCX on May 2 2000. On August 25, 2000, the station changed its call sign to the current KLZX.[4]


In addition to the main station, KLZX is relayed by an additional 6 translators and a booster to widen its broadcast area.

Call sign Frequency
City of license ERP
Class FCC info
K226CE 93.1 Tremonton, Utah 200 D FCC
K236CB 95.1 Tremonton, Utah 250 D FCC
KLZX-FM1 95.9 Tremonton, Utah 5,000 D FCC
K247CG 97.3 Almalga, Utah 250 D FCC
K283AO 104.5 Smithfield, Utah 250 D FCC
K287AB 105.3 Montpelier, Idaho 10 D FCC
K299BO 107.7 Hyde Park, Utah 190 D FCC


  1. ^ "KLZX Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 
  2. ^ "HD Radio Station Guide". HD Radio. iBiquity. 
  3. ^ "Salt Lake City FMDX Log". Justin Wolffing. Ubstudios. 
  4. ^ "KLZX Call Sign History". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 

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