Basic Radio Station Information
WLML 100.3 FM
Where Legendary Music Lives
City of License:
Lake Park, FL
West Palm Beach, FL
Robinson Entertainment LLC
WLML is an FM radio station broadcasting at 100.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Lake Park, FL and is part of the West Palm Beach, FL radio market. The station airs adult standards programming and goes by the name "Legends 100.3" on the air with the slogan "Where Legendary Music Lives".
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Listener Comments and Reviews
I have been listening since shortly after you went on air.
At first I was pleased to hear the music that I was familiar with many years ago. But now I am disappointed in
what I am hearing.....which is the same songs played over and over again even if they are performed by different artists. Since you claim to play the legends what about throwing in some big band legends. There are just about as many of them as there are singers and it would break up the monotonous sound of only the same vocals and artists being played. Think about how nice it would sound if you played some Benny Goodman, Harry James, Tommy Dorsey, Lionel Hampton, Count Basie and all the rest of the "Legends". How about it? If you don't, you will lose me as a listener (and some of my friends as the feel the same way) because it is really getting boring. Having been involved with radio for no less than 30 years I know how important rating are to the life blood of a station.
So, please see what you can do to make listening to 100.3
By: Leonard tein on June 8, 2015
finally Florida has music I can enjoy at home or in the car, you're just what the doctor ordered, keep up the fantastic music, thank you, thank you, thank you
By: michael martucci on October 19, 2015
I agree with the above comments. Hearing the same songs over and over, often by less than stellar singers is a disappointment. Think more broadly about the recordings of singers with the bands of the 30's and 40's. It's a tough challenge because the number of songs is limited unlike other genres where new tunes are being created daily..
By: Jim on December 9, 2016
I moved down here about 6 mos ago, Sept 2017 and found this station. It's the only station I listen to. As someone had noted, they repeat a lot of the "oldies" and it would be nice to hear some of the big band sounds. However, it is only during a certain time of day, that Legends is on I believe. I just put that station on when I'm driving. Today, 3/1/18, I went out and turned it on....the music sounded much different. There were actually some real oldies which was nice. Also, I believe they played a Big Band hit as I thought I recognized it as I was just about to turn the car off. Let's hope this station survives as it's the only station down here that is worth anything. All the other stations have different genres but you can't even call that music....I like to think of it as "noise". When I'm out of the area and can't get 100.3 on clearly, I'll turn to the country music station....it's better than the alternative. So here's hoping we'll get more big band type music and the old time singers/crooners!
By: Carol on March 1, 2018
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