St. Louis radio legend Mark Klose started at KSHE in 1972 as a weekend jock and moved to mornings from 1977 to 1983. He continued his radio career with other classic rock and talk radio formats for the next 36 years. Mark now brings his years of expertise and wit home to the KSHE airwaves from 6-10pm and to KSHE Klassics HD2 weekdays from 10am-2pm.


KSHE Klassics have been available 24 hours a day on HD Radio for more than 15 years, but we know that not everyone has an HD Radio. Now the KSHE Klassics online stream is available HERE! You can now listen 24 hours a day on your phone, on your desktop, on your smart speaker, in your office, in your house, in your car or wherever you want to listen and you can join the official KSHE Klassics HD2 Facebook Group HERE.

Click HERE to Play KSHE Klassics!


Every Sunday at noon, Mark Klose and John Ulett go back to school for a Vinyl Exam! It’s a one-hour show where they talk about and play songs from iconic albums from the KSHE library.

Click HERE to learn more!

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