EZ Rock 105.9
EZ Rock 105.9:
KGVL is a radio station broadcasting a classic hits format located in Greenville, Texas, United States. The station is currently owned by Christie Lynn Tate and Jonathan Tate Ellis, through licensee E Radio Network, LLC. KGVL also retransmits its signal on 105.9 FM K290AP, which is licensed to Commerce.
KGVL signed on in 1946 on 1400 kHz in Greenville Texas. The facility was built by legendary broadcast engineer Truett Kimzey, who in the early 1930s gained fame as the original announcer for the Light Crust Doughboys on KFJZ in Fort Worth (“The Light Crust Doughboys are on the air!”) and was one of the earliest engineers to transmit experimental television broadcasts. KGVL originally operated as a “full-service” station, with middle-of-the-road music, local news and sports, live coverage of local events, and Mutual Network and Texas State Network programming. The station’s primary owner was Leo Hackney, who managed the station into the 1980s. KGVL (1400 AM, “EZ Rock 105.9”) is a radio station broadcasting a classic hits format located in Greenville, Texas, United States.
Radio Contact Info:
Address: 1517 Wolfe city Dr. Greenville, TX 75401
Phone: 903 455 1400