Looking For Something More Melodic?
We think you'll enjoy the all-new 99.1 FM and 920AM KGX --- Real Talk for the Desert. But if you're in the mood for some relaxing music, tune to our sister-station, KWXY... now back on the FM dial at 92.3 FM (and also 1340 AM). Get that Palm Springs feeling, only on KWXY. Click here to listen in beautiful stereo sound on-line, and next time you're in your car, set the first button on your car radio to 92.3 FM - KWXY.
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KGX Launch Coverage
Thanks to The Desert Sun for sitting in on the launch of 920AM KGX! After being off-the-air for over 6-months, we cleaned out the cobwebs and fixed about a million broken things to get 920AM back on the air. Click here to read all about the KGX launch, which we did on a 96° day with broken air conditioning. Now, that's Hot Talk!
KGX App For Your Smart Phone
Our updated KGX Mobile app is in the iTunes and Google Play stores. Search 'KGX Radio' to locate it, or click a logo above for the link.
Listen to KGX and our sister station KWXY, browse our website, use the Sleep Timer to turn off the audio at a specific time, or Alarm Clock to wake to the dulcet tones of Armstrong & Getty (or Chad Benson, if you're working the night shift...)
One more way to enjoy Real Talk KGX - 99.1 FM, 920 AM, online at 920KGX.com and now on your iPhone, iPad or Android device with our mobile app.
"Alexa, Play KGX Radio..."
Listen to KGX through your Amazon Echo or Google Home. Simply wake your device, asking to "Play KGX Radio on TuneIn", and you'll hear Real Talk KGX in no time. If you have the iHeartRadio app on your device or phone, delete that app, and install TuneIn instead.
Enjoy Real Talk KGX as you work around the house or the office through your Echo or Google Home device in crystal-clear HD quality.
Jim Guy has been forecasting weather on TV and Radio for over 35-years. And now he's keeping an eye on the sky for us at Real Talk KGX.
Jim's the real deal; an actual AMS Meteorologist. He's not just reading the National Weather Forecast from a teleprompter like most of the TV people here in the desert.
KGX Meteorologist Jim Guy
Listen for Jim Guy's weather forecasts every hour weekdays, exclusively on 99.1 FM and 920AM - Real Talk, KGX.
Wear red and eat chocolate!
Joey English brings her style, wit and all things Coachella Valley to the New 99.1 FM and 920AM, Real Talk KGX.
Joey's big show airs Saturdays from 9am to 12noon - and, she keeps you up to date on what to see --- and where to be seen --- throughout the week with her Daily Datebook feature on KGX and KWXY. Click Joey's picture to visit her page on our site and to hear previous show segments. You can also listen to Joey's most-recent show on the KGX Mobile App --- look under "KGX On Demand", and take Joey with you, wherever you go!
Local News From Skip Essick
Skip Essick has been at the helm of some noteable News-Talk radio stations including KMJ/Fresno, WOOD Radio/Grand Rapids, WHAS/Louisville and WJR/Detroit. Skip's expertise is local radio news --- sniffing out what's happening in our desert, and bringing it to you with fresh, timely reports; mornings on KGX. Listen for Skip's local news at the top and bottom of every hour, weekdays during Armstrong & Getty, only on the New 99.1 FM and 920AM, Real Talk KGX.
Palm Springs Real Estate Buzz
Hosted by well-known Coachella Valley realtor John Sloan from John Sloan Real Estate Group in La Quinta, Palm Springs Real Estate Buzz, is an insightful talk show conversing about all things related to home ownership. Covering the entire Valley area, the program highlights local businesses with "how-to-tips" from financial advisers to gardeners, real estate photographers to appraisals and beyond. The 30-minute show is produced each week at Broadcast Center and airs Saturday mornings from 8:00 - 8:30 on The New 99.1FM and 920AM KGX. Click here for more.
Radio: The Original Social Media
Unlike today's "social media", Radio is regulated by the FCC. Advertisers know who they're reaching when they advertise on local Radio. There's no Russian bots or fake accounts with local Radio, like you may have been paying to reach with Facebook advertising. And KGX and KWXY have never had a Facebook page. We've always known they collect and aggregate your information (they try to sell it to us). Plus, we think Zuckerberg is a smug, arrogant, little weasel.
Final Days of CA$H Giveaway
KGX has the Local Cash Winners!
"I Don't Want to Get Off On a Rant Here..."
Dennis Miller is back on the radio, and we have him, on Real Talk KGX.
Dennis, known for his sardonic wit and clever observations, shares his idiosyncratic take on topical issues, culture and what we're all talking about weekdays on KGX with The Miller Minute.
Catch Dennis Miller on KGX mornings at 6:15 and 8:15am, and a new afternoon minute each day at 3:20 and 5:20pm.
Our new KGX mobile unit is here! This is no broken-down Chevy van with a bad paint job. Watch for KGX around town, and your chance to win prizes when we find you listening to the New 99.1 FM and 920 AM KGX!
Goin' Mobile with KGX
Listen at 7:20am, 12:20pm and 5:20pm weekdays to win $1,000 CA$H. All winners are right here in the Coachella Valley --- you're not competing with millions of listeners from hundreds of radio stations around the country.
We're reading Lucky Numbers we sent to homes throughout the valley. When we read one of your Lucky Numbers on KGX, call us at 760-325-8884 and win $1,000 cash from Real Talk KGX! Click here for contest rules.
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KGX Election Night Coverage
KGX was the only Coachella Valley radio station with live, continuous election results. While K-SNOOZE ran their usual recorded programming, Real Talk KGX was LIVE all night, covering the major races across the country, and our own local and state races and ballot issues. What's going on, is on right now --- 99.1 FM and 920 AM KGX.