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Shortly after the switch to Top 40, the station shot up to the top 5 in the Seattle market ratings (occasionally reaching #1 in some books and target demographics), and would compete fiercely against Top 40 powerhouse KPLZ for the remainder of the 1980s, with KUBE usually ranked ahead of KPLZ. From the Top 40 format's launch until September 1995, mornings were hosted by Charlie Brown (formerly of KJR) and Ty Flint (formerly of KVI).In November 1991, KUBE shifted to a Rhythmic contemporary hits direction as "KUBE 93 Jams", and maintained strong ratings during this period.
Shellie Hart, longtime midday DJ and music director for the station, was let go in November 2011 due to budget cuts issued by Clear Channel.Also that month, likely due to the public outcry of a "gangland-style" drive by shooting of a Ballard High School student (which some blamed hip hop music as a motivator behind it), as well as their audience's changing music tastes, KUBE shifted to a hybrid Rhythmic/Modern Rock format as "KUBE 93".The station had the slogans "Seattle's New Music Revolution" and "Channel X", much in the style of the average modern rock station at the time.New competition from KQMV and KHTP took away many of their listeners.KUBE also rotated through a few morning shows after "The T-Man Show" ended, such as Eddie Francis & Karen Wild, The JV Show (syndicated from sister KYLD), The Breakfast Club, and DJ Supa Sam.
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The station signed on the air on May 6, 1964 as KBLE-FM under the ownership of Ostrander-Wilson, and aired a religious format.