If you're visiting Nashville and are unfamiliar with the area's local radio stations, the list below will help you find what you want to hear. Nashville radio stations play both kinds of country — classic and new — plus Christian, rap, pop, Gospel, and other genres. There are also news, sports, and talk radio stations. Use this guide to find your favorite type of programming so you don't waste time searching up and down the dial.
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The world-famous country music station WSM is the radio home of the Grand Ole Opry live show performed at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. This legendary station went on air in 1925 and plays country, bluegrass, and Americana. Check the online entertainment calendar for upcoming radio events.
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WMTS is the student-run radio station at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro, Tenn. It airs informational, cultural and alternative programming.
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The Way 88.7 offers today's uplifting, positive Christian music. Check out its website for links to many Christian-related resources.
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WPLN Nashville Public Radio delivers local, national and international news. Programs include All Things Considered, A Prairie Home Companion and Wait Wait ... Don't Tell Me!Continue to 5 of 14 below.
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The Big 98 WSIX, one of Nashville's most prominent new country radio stations, features The House Foundation Morning Show with Gerry House. It also plays 12 songs in a row all day long.
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WTN is Nashville's No. 1 talk station. The station features shows by Ralph Bristol, Phil Valentine and Mark Levin.
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No, Lightning 100 isn't a weather station. This Nashville radio station is the city's longest-running independent adult alternative station. It advocates for local musicians and businesses.
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101.1 The Beat is Nashville's No. 1 station playing R&B and hip-hop for the listening area. Personalities include Steve Harvey, Dolewite, and Zach Boog.
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The Rock 105.9, Nashville's "Classic Rock That Rocks," plays your favorite classic rock hits from the '60s, '70s, and '80s. The station's website has many resources including contest links.
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i106.7 WNFN All the Hits plays all of today’s biggest artists and most popular music. Shows include The Bert Show, The Butter Show, and Saturday Night Street Party.
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This popular Nashville radio station plays rap, rock, pop, hip-hop and more. Programs include Woody and Jim in the Morning and Ryan Seacrest. Visit 107.5 The River's website to find resources such as the studio webcam.
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WNAH began broadcasting Christian talk radio in 1949. It airs well-known local and national pastors and teachers. Tony Cappuccilli hosts the morning drive hour.Continue to 13 of 14 below.
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Starting in 1926, 1510 WLAC is one of the nation's first radio stations and still serves Nashville and Middle Tennessee with fast, accurate news reporting. Talk shows include Glenn Beck, Sean Hannity, and Michael Berry.
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107.5 Southern Gospel is a gospel Nashville radio station that also features Christian country and bluegrass gospel. Programs include Singing News Weekly Top 10 Countdown With Jeff Steele, Wake Up With Greg Hutchins, and Southern Gospel Today With Wayne Haun.