Since 1966, K100 has been serving listeners in Western Illinois. K100 plays the best mix of music from the 90’s through today. The format is positioned comfortably between CHR and Adult Contemporary stations. K100 is music-intensive, Top 40 radio. It features a contemporary, upbeat tempo with a relatable and entertaining DJ presentation, along with large-scale promotions. Daily features include Obituaries, and hourly updates from: Fox News, Fox Sports, LocalSportsNow.com, MacombNewsNow.com, and Accuweather. K100 is also the radio home of the Macomb High Bombers sports!
Neal Preston/Warner Bros.It seems as though fans want to see Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper back together again in any way they can -- even in the guise of talking animals.
Last week, an account called ...
Kevin Mazur/WireImageToday marks the 10-year anniversary of the death of pop icon Michael Jackson.
Jackson died from cardiac arrest on June 25, 2009 at the age of 50. His untimely death was later rul...
ABC/Eric McCandlessLaine Hardy may have won American Idol, but runner-up Alejandro Aranda has already announced a new single and a fall headlining tour.
Performing under the name Scarypoolparty, Alej...
David NeedlemanAvril Lavigne is ready to embark on her first tour in five years.
The singer has announced her 15-date North American Head Above Water tour, in support of her 2019 album of the same na...
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