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MUSIC DIES: First, X Fest, Now WAMX dead
Clear Channel Communications has pulled the plug on the station. It now the home of "The Brew," which plays classic rock music.
That leaves the region with The Planet, as the only true rock station. Operated by locally owned Kindred Communications, The modern rock station airs at 92.7 and 98.5. The Planet has scored higher ratings than the "X."