- "K-Rose! Because if you spend more time with farm animals than with your wife, you have a lonely heart. And a nasty infection!"
- — K-Rose
- "A broken heart never sounded so good. Country and Western music broadcast from Bone County across the whole state of San Andreas. All of the biggest artists, all of the best music. With the Widow Queen of the Prairie, Mary-Beth Maybell."
- — GTA San Andreas Website
K-Rose pokes fun of stereotypical redneck things, with idents that imply incest, bestiality, drunkness and gun culture. The station is also proud of its cowboy identity, boasting "if this is what cowboys listen to, no wonder they invented the electric guitar!"
K-Rose's host, Mary-Beth Maybell, is a loud, obnoxious, opinionated woman with a Southern accent that expresses her views on marriage, sex and random topics such as plastic surgery. In-between songs, Maybell often provides various insights into her family life, often mentioning her nine children and the suspicious circumstances surrounding the deaths of her six husbands (she likes to think that Darwinism's "survival of the fittest" is also applied to marriage), and occasionally plays a harmonica "down south".
The station broadcasts from an unspecified location in Bone County.
- Jerry Reed - "Amos Moses" (1970)
- Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn - "Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man" (1973)
- Hank Williams - "Hey Good Lookin'" (1951)
- Juice Newton - "Queen of Hearts" (1981)
- Statler Brothers - "New York City" (1970)
- Asleep At The Wheel - "The Letter That Johnny Walker Read" (1975)
- The Desert Rose Band - "One Step Forward" (1987)
- Willie Nelson - "Crazy" (1962)
- Patsy Cline - "Three Cigarettes in an Ashtray" (1957)
- Statler Brothers - "Bed of Rose's" (1970)
- Mickey Gilley - "Make the World Go Away" (1999)
- Ed Bruce - "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys" (1975)
- Merle Haggard - "Always Wanting You" (1975)
- Whitey Shafer - "All My Ex's Live in Texas" (1987)
- Eddie Rabbitt - "I Love a Rainy Night" (1980)
The playlist is also available on Spotify.
- The only anachronistic song in the radios of GTA San Andreas is Mickey Gilley's "Make the World Go Away" (1999, from the album "Hits, Honky Tonks & More").
- K-Rose plays inside the Lil' Probe'Inn bar.
- After Conway Twitty and Loretta Lynn's "Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man", Maybell claims she "has never been east of the Mississippi River", but after another song, she starts talking about belt buckles, and she says she "bought a huge one in Florida the size of a hubcap."
- Statler Brothers's "New York City" was not listed in the included manual for the first PlayStation 2 version, but was included in later versions.
- In the mobile version and all releases since 2013, this station, SF-UR and CSR 103.9 are the only radio stations to feature all of the songs from the original game.
- During the San Andreas Anniversary Weekend, it was possible to find a T-Shirt with the K-Rose logo in the random Special Crate drops in Grand Theft Auto Online as a wearable piece of clothing for the multiplayer character.
- The Fergus Buckner Show FM - a country music radio station in GTA 1.
- Rebel Radio - a country music radio station in GTA V which also plays other songs from Jerry Reed and Willie Nelson.