FROM THE HEART OF
On June 4, 2016, the airwaves of Nashville took a step closer to reflecting the exciting musical and cultural diversity of Music City U.S.A. with the launch of WXNA-FM “Low Power, High Voltage” Radio—a new, listener-supported, freeform community radio station that was built from scratch by seven Nashvillians who love music and good radio.
WXNA broadcasts at 101.5 FM with an effective power of 100 watts, audible throughout Nashville’s urban core.
WXNA aims to produce unusual and eclectic cultural programming that reflects Nashville’s rich history and cultural diversity. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter for updates and information regarding fundraising and volunteering.
July 18, 2016 -We Want the Airwaves, Baby! WXNA Takes Over Music City
July 1, 2016 -Nashville’s Newest Radio Station is Alive and Beaming
June 7, 2016 -WXNA brings freeform radio back to Nashville airwaves
June 2, 2016 -Five years after WRVU left the airwaves, community radio is back and better than ever on WXNA
May 31, 2016 -WXNA Announces Official Broadcast Debut
May 5, 2016 -WXNA brings community-driven radio to Nashville
November 1, 2015 -ROCK & ROLL RADIO, LET’S GO!
September 3, 2015 -Nashville Five /// WXNA Radio
February 23, 2015 -Former Nashville radio station finds new life as low-power FM
February 13, 2015 -Pre-Valentine’s, Pre-Fundraiser Fundraiser For WXNA Tonight at Grimey’s Too!
June 16, 2011 -Beloved WRVU is no longer on the air. Has Nashville lost an irreplaceable institution, or gained an opportunity?