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THE NEW GENERATION OF ROCK

Playing a variety of new music from all genres, we aren’t held back by the constricts those other “corporate” stations are! Let us introduce you to your new favorite artist, remind you what you were listening to in the Nineties, or just let yourself listen to whatever artists you love, seven days a week!

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First of its kind on the Western Slope of Colorado & Eastern Utah . Your live, local, independent, no hair, “New Rock” Station – X106.9 / KMZK

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SONGS FROM KILLERS, GREEN DAY AMONG MOST DANGEROUS FOR DRIVING

SONGS FROM KILLERS, GREEN DAY AMONG MOST DANGEROUS FOR DRIVING

Songs from the Killers and Green Day have been deemed among the most dangerous to listen to while driving. Researchers conducting a study at the South China University Of Technology have determined that songs with 120 beats per minute or higher are more likely to make you drive faster and risk dangerous maneuvers. Green Day’s “American Idiot” and the Killers’ “Mr Brightside” joined tracks from Miley Cyrus, the Chainsmokers and Bruce Springsteen as the five most dangerous, while tunes from Led Zeppelin, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Drake, Toto and Khalid were among the safest. Participants in the study drove along a simulated six-lane road while listening to a variety of music. The average number of times these participants switched lanes was 20 times in a time frame of 70 minutes. But that number almost doubled while the drivers were listening to rock music, and their speed also increased by an average of five miles per hour over the speed limit. Lead researcher said, “The findings are useful for the development of effective driver education strategies. In particular, a publicity program that could enhance public awareness of the negative impact of music listening on driving performance.”

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