The Quad-Cities’ first, locally-owned Internet-based radio station has launched


Flood 93 Radio, the area’s newest radio station, is home to R&B, Hip-Hop, EDM, Latin, House and Top-40 music hits. The station is locally owned and operated and accessible via its website – – and mobile app. The station will be introducing itself to the public via a special, upcoming event at the Col Ballroom.


DJs Cory (DJ Cat Daddy) Ewing, Tiffany (DJ Tiff Marie) Rivera-Gomez and Darrel (DJ Stakk) Jackson

“We’re excited to be offering the Quad Cities a new and unique way to experience popular music. What’s unique about Flood 93 Radio is that it is solely Internet and mobile app accessible. It is not bound by the local frequencies and airwaves. You can turn it on anytime, from anywhere, hit play and have a continuous, commercial-free listening experience,” said Rachel Hagen, co-owner and CEO.


The Flood 93 Launch Party, sponsored by Luc Belaire Champagne, will be the station’s official public launch.



When: Saturday, Dec. 10, 2016

Where: Col Ballroom, 1012 W. 4th St., Davenport

Time: 9 p.m. to 1 a.m.


Admission: $5 (free with app download)


Preceding the launch party, on December 9th, 2016, Flood 93 has arranged consultation sessions with Executive A&R of Universal Music Group, Andre Williams. Mr. Williams will be hosting 30-minute 1 on 1 sessions with QCA musicians, songwriters, producers, etc., giving artists invaluable information and advice in regards to what major record labels look and listen for to help artists realize the full potential of their careers.



On the Internet


DJ K Yung  CEO/Founder/Owner
DJ K Yung

The website ( and mobile app are currently live featuring disc jockeys from around the world. The app is available in the App Store and on Google Play by searching Flood 93.


“Flood 93 Radio is based right here in the Quad Cities, but offers the unique musical perspectives of DJs from around the world. We believe that is what sets us apart from any other radio station in the area. And that’s what we celebrate the most at Flood 93.


“I have travelled the world DJing and experiencing music. I wanted to give my colleagues from around the world a format to shine, but also expand the musical horizons of our local region. We have a lot to offer musically in the Quad Cities region, so we are also committed to celebrating our local talent and DJs.”


Flood 93 Radio is home to a variety of local DJs and entertainment talent, such as Tiffany (DJ Tiff Marie) Rivera-Gomez, Darrel (DJ Stakk) Jackson and Cory (DJ Cat Daddy) Ewing, the hosts of The Hive Drive at Five evening show. They are also co-owners of the station and share Hagen’s commitment to highlighting unique musical experiences.


“The Hive Show was born out of the desire to grow and expand the reach of the Quad-Cities area’s local musical talent, along with many of the goods and services offered by QC entrepreneurs and public/community figures,” Rivera-Gomez said.

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