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WJXA logo.png
CityNashville, Tennessee
Broadcast areaNashville, Bowling Green, Clarksville-Hopkinsville
BrandingMix 92-9
SloganYour Life, Your Music
Frequency92.9 MHz
FormatAdult Contemporary
ERP100,000 watts
HAAT321 meters
Facility ID61035
Transmitter coordinates36°7′14.00″N 86°58′7.00″W / 36.1205556°N 86.9686111°W / 36.1205556; -86.9686111
Former callsignsWZEZ-FM (1994)
OwnerDuey Wright
(Midwest Communications, Inc.)
Sister stationsWCJK, WNFN
WebcastListen Live

WJXA (92.9 FM) is an Adult Contemporary radio station. Licensed to Nashville, Tennessee, United States, the station serves the Nashville, Bowling Green, Clarksville-Hopkinsville area. The station is currently owned by Duey Wright, through licensee Midwest Communications, Inc.[1] Its studios are located in south central Nashville near the Tennessee State Fairgrounds arena and the transmitter site is in far west Nashville.

In 1994, the station call letters changed to WJXA.

Groove Addicts uses their WJXA packages in the late 1990s


The station went on the air in the 1970s as the easy-listening WZEZ. The station has, for a number of years now, adhered to a "light rock" (or adult contemporary) format aimed primarily at female listeners.[citation needed] It features a mixture of current hits with some tracks from fairly recent years. As of December 2013 the station is, by a factor of two, the most listened to radio station in Nashville.[2]

It was announced on May 28, 2014, that Midwest Communications will purchase 9 of the 10 Stations owned by South Central Communications. (This includes WJXA & Sister Station WCJK) With this purchase, Midwest Communications will expand its portfolio of stations to Evansville, Knoxville and Nashville.[3] The sale was finalized on September 2, 2014, at a price of $72 million.[4]

Jingle packages[edit]

Mix 92.9 used all of their own jingle packages from Reelworld and has now moved on to Reelworld ONE AC with their WJXA logo.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "WJXA Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division.
  2. ^ http://ratings.radio-online.com/cgi-bin/rol.exe/arb073
  3. ^ Midwest Communications Acquires South Central Communications
  4. ^ "South Central Radio Group". Archived from the original on 2015-10-11. Retrieved 2014-10-03.

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