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Dallas Gets New Alternative Rock Station ALT 103.7

Dallas, Texas has a new home for Alternative Rock. Radio.com reports that the music of Nirvana, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Muse, Vance Joy and more has descended on with the launch of ALT 103.7.

ALT 103.7 FM is ready to disrupt Dallas airwaves by delivering a true alternative for listeners, boasting an expertly curated playlist with local, informed discovery.

"We are thrilled to bring alternative back to Dallas-Ft. Worth," said Pat Paxton, Entercom's President of Programming. "With the launch of ALT 103.7, we will cater to the core audience who helped define the genre for decades - and we couldn't be more excited to rewrite history." Read more here.


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