Friday , September 22 2023

Nashville Public Radio Launches 91.ONE WNXP

Dubbed “Nashville’s Music Experience,” Music City USA got a brand spankin’ new music discovery outlet this afternoon.

By Paul Marszalek

With a spin of Brittany Howard’s “History Repeats,” Program Director Jason Moon Wilkins launched Nashville’s newest radio station at 3 p.m. this afternoon — and boosted NON-COMM radio’s presence in one of the country’s most important music cities.

91.ONE NXP was announced earlier this year when Nashville Public Radio, parent of NPR News station WPLN, made the decision to move its classical format sister-station to HD2, freeing up the 91.1 FM frequency for the new WNXP.

In addition to Wilkins, the staff is rounded out by APD/Night Host Mickey Parks, Music Director/Middays Jewly Hight, and Morning Host/Production Director Marquis Munson.

The station has joined the public radio video collaborative VuHaus, and is consulted by Mike Henry.

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