Welcome to WRFZ 106.3 FM

Rochester’s #1 Community Radio Station

Morning &Mid-Day Lineup Changes

JOE BRUCATO SHOW replays Tuesdays 7-9am

Crusin’ The Decades Show Mondays 4pm

                          The John Adams Show Wednesdays 11am

Friday Morning ALL NEW Iineup including Good, The Bad & The Ugly Morning Show:  9-noon

ALL NEW Monday 5-7pm with The Joe Brucato show, for your ride home!

New Shows: Including Catch A Wave, All Mixed Up, and more!! Check our show schedule for more information!

                                    ARMAND’S SPINS RADIO SHOW SATURDAYS 3-5 PM!!

Replays Tuesdays 1-3pm & Midnight Thursday(Friday morning at the midnight Hour). YOU CAN HEAR ARCHIVES OF ARMAND’S SHOW 5 NIGHTS A WEEK NOW AT MIDNIGHT TOO!!

Rochester Free Radio, Inc. is a non profit 501c3 organization that operates as an LPFM non-profit community radio station at 106.3 FM in Rochester, NY.

Tune in online anytime to hear our selection of local and national programming!

We provide:

  • Music Shows

  • News/Talk Shows

  • Weather Updates

  • Broadcast Training

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Thank you for making Rochester Free Radio our community’s go-to source for information and entertainment.  We are so proud to bring you such amazing local and nationally syndicated shows.

Calling all local artists! We want to play YOUR music on WRFZ. Either on a show or during our mixes. PLUS, you could guest on one of our shows and play LIVE on Rochester Free Radio. Click here to get started!

Check out ALL of our shows on our schedule page.


Rochester Free Radio embraces the diversity of our community. Therefore, all shows on Rochester Free Radio are produced independently and things said on individual shows do not reflect the opinion of the Board of WRFZ 106.3 FM, other show hosts, volunteers, or underwriters. Our guidelines for show content are posted here, and are available at our station. If you are offended by anything said on any of our shows, please give us constructive criticism, but we also encourage you to submit a proposal for your own show on RFR.