Two new radio stations sign on

Two new radio stations sign on

There are 9 comments on the Rocky Mountain News story from Mar 22, 2006, titled Two new radio stations sign on. In it, Rocky Mountain News reports that:

Two FM music stations debuted Wednesday in the Denver area. The stations, operating under increased signal power and previously heard only in eastern Colorado, are KTNI-FM , billed as "Martini on the Rockies," ...

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Teri Poff

Wichita, KS

#1 Jul 11, 2006
My husband and I were driving through Colorado on our way home after a long road trip. We were flipping through radio stations and happened to encounter "Martini on the Rockies" FM-KTNI. WOW...what a FUN station! So refreshing! We love lounge music, swing, and jazz..., so we were in "listening heaven". It was even more enjoyable driving through the beautiful Colorado scenery. I am hoping there is a possibility to listen to this station on the internet, so we may enjoy this fun station at home.


#2 Jul 26, 2006
I'm from Estes Park, Co. and I don't get much radio up in here, so when I go down the hill I really enjoy listening to the radio. Recently I was surfing through the channels while I was down in the valley and happened on 101.5 (Martini On The Rockies). What a great radio station! I love it and have programed it on my car radio. I've always wanted a station like this. Almost makes me wanna move to the valley. Thank's and I look forward to listening at my every opportunity.

United States

#3 Jul 28, 2006
Anyone know KTNI's web sight?

Berthoud, CO

#4 Aug 3, 2006
Area code three zero three. Number is five nine seven, one zero one five.
mary - denver

Denver, CO

#5 Aug 6, 2006
i wish they would announce the names of the performers on their show also. does anyone know how i can get the name of their performers

United States

#6 Jan 9, 2008
Jim wrote:
Anyone know KTNI's web sight?
try " "
It's an awesome station!

Aurora, CO

#7 Nov 23, 2008
What happen to Martini on the Rockies?I visit my daughter twice a year and look forward to Martini on the Rockies and today November 23,08 I can't seem to find it! Can I go to the web and listen to it?If so what should I click on!

Lehi, UT

#8 Feb 22, 2009
I lived in Colorado in 2006 and while I was there, my colleagues and I stumbled upon the 'Martini On The Rockies' Radio Station. We loved, and I ended up listening to it non-stop in my car wherever I went. Since then, I have moved over here to Provo, UT (about 45 min. from Salt Lake City), and was looking to listen to it on the internet, which I've done before, and now I can't seem to find it? I have so many questions, but basically I just want to listen to it again!!! What happened?!?

Los Angeles, CA

#9 Dec 6, 2010
I tried and now the internet station station is there playing great standards

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