Shows

Jay In The Morning

6 am – 10 am

The morning soundtrack of the best Classic Rock. A little rebellious with a ton of attitude.  Some good laughs, some real-talk and keeping it down to earth.

Cari

10 am to 2 pm

Keep rockin’ with great Classic Rock!  Cari carries you through the midday with your favorites.

TJ

2 pm – 6 pm

Good tunes every afternoon with TJ!

Dustin Wilmes

6 p.m. to Midnight

Never miss a weeknight of Dustin’s sweet voice bringing the Sandman along with only the best Classic Rock hits.

The ’80s Rage

8 am – 9 am

The Hair Metal and Hard Rock, pop culture and soundbytes from the decade of decadence. It’s the 80s Rage with Jay, 8-9 am on KXLP Classic Rock. LEARN IT! LIVE IT! LOVE IT! \m/

House of Hair

Saturdays 6 pm – 9 pm

Join Twisted Sister frontman and legendary hard rock icon Dee Snider every week for a three-hour ride into headbangin’ heaven! Bang your head with your fellow metalheads and The House of Hair. Check out all your ’80’s big hair band favorites – from AC/DC to Zebra, with the Scorpions, Metallica, Bon Jovi, Poison and Ozzy Osbourne thrown in too!

Acoustic Storm

Sundays 6 am – 8 am

This is a nationally syndicated radio program, featuring the best variety of acoustic-based rock. With an emphasis on acoustic guitar-driven songs, Jeff Parets presents the full spectrum of acoustic rock, including rarely heard “unplugged” versions of classic tunes in their purest form.

Each week, the show spotlights an artist in “The Eye of The Acoustic Storm” with music, bio information and sound bites.

Here’s the kind of music you’ll hear on The Acoustic Storm:
Hall of Fame Acoustic Rock: Beatles; Stones; Fleetwood Mac; Tom Petty; CSN; Seger; Who; CCR…
Unplugged Classics: Eagles: “Hotel California”; Clapton: “Layla”; Springsteen: “Born to Run”…
Singer-Songwriters: Bob Dylan; Paul Simon; Jackson Browne; Van Morrison; Joni Mitchell…
Acoustic Oldies: Kinks, Hollies, Otis Redding; Lovin’ Spoonful..

The Deep End

Sundays 8 am – 10 am

Take a trip to a time when music mattered, long before the Internet, personal computers and satellite radio. Music had power then, the power for social change. The music itself changed. It became more about art and less about commerce and entertainment.

Much of this powerful and evocative music has been left out of modern radio’s play-lists. Here all the acts that played together at events like Woodstock are back together again. It feels great to hear this music after such a long absence from the airwaves, but this program is about a lot more than great music.

Flashback

Sundays 6 pm – 8 pm

Flashback, hosted by Matt Pinfield, is rock radio’s original time machine. Flashback is classic rock ‘n roll mixed with actual newscasts, TV and movie clips, vintage commercials, unforgettable commercials, comedy bits and more. Sounds of the times that put you right where you want to be, Flashback to the ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s.