KWK Radio was the oldest station in St. Louis. It started out in 1925 as KFVE and became KWK in 1927. After playing adult standards and then R and B, KWK switched to Top 40 in 1978. In 1979, KWK was broadcasted simultaneously on 106.5 FM. The station became KGLD, which played the oldies, in 1984. Afterwards, there were numerous changes in format and call signs. The station gained national fame when a DJ smashed Elvis records and declared,"Rock N Roll is dead."
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