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CC/St. Louis Flips WSGX (Gen X) to ''100.3 The Brew''


Clear Channel/St. Louis flips Adult Hits WSGX-FM (100.3 Gen X) to Classic Rock as "100.3 FM The Brew," playing 6000 songs in a row, commercial free through June 18. Bob Kevoian and Tom Griswold will host The Bob & Tom Show weekday mornings, beginning June 18. CC says The Brew's full programming line-up will be announced soon.

"The Brew will serve our local listeners with their brand of rock, classic rock, presented in a more entertaining way," said OM Tommy Austin. "This is an exciting time for rock listeners in St. Louis. The Brew offers the next generation of classic rock programming with the return of Bob and Tom to their favorite all American city."

Fans can listen to 100.3 FM The Brew, on the station's new website at brewstlouis.com, as well as on iHeartRadio.com.

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