101.7 Chuck FM

101.7 Chuck FM “Plays Everything.” That means Rock, Pop, R&B, Alternative, Disco, Country, Hair Metal, Dance, Rap… from the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 00s and 10s. Everything! Not the same songs over and over. In fact, Chuck plays more different songs than any other station in Charleston.

92.5 Kickin’ Country

92.5 Kickin’ Country plays all of today’s best country in the Lowcountry, from the BEST country stars – Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, Jason Aldean and Keith Urban – and today’s hottest – Kane Brown, Thomas Rhett, Chris Stapleton, Kelsea Ballerini, Brett Young and Dan + Shay. 100% of our on-air staff is live and local. In fact, we’re home of the only live and local Country morning show – weekdays 5AM-10AM. Kickin’s on-air talent live here, work here and play here. No country station knows Charleston better than us.

99.3 The Box

99.3 The Box is Charleston Party Station. We’re getting the Lowcountry turned up with the hottest artists in the format like Drake, Kendrick Lamar, Cardi B, Bruno Mars and the Weeknd. We’ve got your weekday mornings started off right with Nick Cannon, and your middays turned up loud with live, local and nationally-known talent DJ Tantrum.

Heaven 100.1

Heaven 100.1, the Holy City’s Choice for Gospel Music. The “Heaven Squad,” led by Lowcountry community icon The Chef, inspires listeners to build a better community with local, faith-centered programming. Start your mornings off with The Chef, then laugh and sing along to Charleston’s best and most influential gospel radio station.

Mix 95.9

Mix 95.9 is a hot AC radio station playing Charleston’s best music mix!

Star 99.7

Star 99.7 IS Charleston. Local celebrity talent Savannah J & Friends cohost with the Steve Harvey Morning Show, entertaining the Lowcountry every morning. The rest of the day has superstar Geno Jones in the middays, the D-Nyce Experience driving you home in the afternoon and the Lowcountry’s night time wind-down with BP. The most popular station in Charleston truly is “The People’s Station.”