32 Reviews
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John Mccabe
· April 22, 2018
Thanks for playing the same format for so long and causing me to never listen to ALL your channels. You own them all. Disgusting!
Stan White
· March 1, 2017
I go to KBBI's Facebook and Web page for local news --- a good selection of articles, well written, and much more immediate than the local "paper's" sites. Thank you, KBBI staff and contributors.
Sangeeta Dhawan
March 3, 2013
Aulikki is the most awesome and gracious host, ever! Tune and enjoy some goodness that is "Heart of Saturday Night". Watch the magic happen as she brings us the best of blues in her unique style!
Donna Wayne Aderhold
· October 2, 2015
Hi everyone, it's KBBI fund drive today! Join or renew your membership now. Let's help keep the best radio station on the air with all the programming we rely on!
Dominick Laiboru
· October 16, 2015
Hey I'm nat around there and in my country we have a vote on 25 this mouth ,so we ar not safe at all
Barrett Fletcher
February 3, 2013
You know the local guy that does the local Friday night blues show on KBBI? He's WAY better than the guy that does the nationally syndicated show on Saturday night/Sunday morning!
Adam Sullivan
· July 2, 2016
Excellent programming and DJs. So glad that the transmission makes it across the bay.
Foufoo Hareanus
March 6, 2013
Robert is THE most awesome and coolest host ever! It's not too late to tune in yo!
Michael Hansen
April 8, 2013
Love "Shady Grove" on Thursday afternoons.
Gerri Stratton Martin
April 5, 2013
Great show tonight Dave!
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