Radio Station Information
WCOO 105.5 FM
City of License:
Kiawah Island, SC
LM (L.m.communications Ii Of South Carolina,inc.)
WCOO is an FM radio station broadcasting at 105.5 MHz. The station is licensed to Kiawah Island, SC and is part of the Charleston, SC radio market. The station broadcasts Adult Alternative programming and goes by the name "105.5 The Bridge" on the air. WCOO is owned by LM.
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Most Played Artist
Kings Of Leon, Jack Johnson, U2, Shawn Mullins, Michael Franti & Spearhead, Dave Matthews Band, The Black Keys, Mumford & Sons, The Avett Brothers, The Beatles, Robert Plant, One Eskimo, Ray Lamontagne & The Pariah Dogs, Band Of Horses, 311, Ingrid Michaelson, Sheryl Crow, Adele, Train, Needtobreathe
Nearby Radio StationsThe X 98.1, 95SX, WOHM 96.3 FM, His Radio 100.5, Y102.5, Q104.5, 103.5 WEZL, 101.7 Chuck FM, News Radio 94.3 WSC, Family Radio 88.5 The X 98.1
Listener Comments and Reviews
This station is friggen fantastic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
By: Roy M on March 2, 2013
This station is so great!! perfect no matter what you are doing.
By: Twister on February 10, 2015
y name is Sherie McGahee, my mother Phyllis Shand and Flossie our indoor/outdoor cat lived at 3403 Patton Ave. Johns Isl. S.C. Our home burned down the attic is now on the floor my mother died 6 days later from cyanide poisoning and a broken heart. I have moved in with my sister who lives in Ravenel SC in the boondocks they own 5 outdoor cats that fight each other and a dog. My neighbor is feeding Floss outside but they also have a dog and chickens, Flossie thinks she is a chicken I think because she lays in the chicken yard daily and plays with the chickens. My neighbors have reported to me that Flossie is getting beat up by a black cat, this has been going on for some time and i have taken the cat to animal society and they fattened it up and dropped it off near my home. It will take about a year for my home to be rebuilt so I would love to foster her out with the understanding that i get to come visit some and will provide food and litter. I took Flossie in 2 years ago when she was a starved kitten, you could count her ribs. My mom said no animals but I fed her and eventually when it froze this year moma allowed her in and fell in love with her and called her Fat Ass all the time (" I named her Flossie after my mothers grandmother to help her get her in the house!} She is terrified right now of all the going ons at the house, people removing everything and then later construction. She is terrified of busy roads like ours was and would never cross the street. When she wants in ahe scratches at the screen door and when she wants out she will sit at the door. She is very tidy and uses her litter box and the outdoors. She is learning to love the neighbor children and finally letting them brush and pet her but she is leary of people.She looks exactly like the cat on your web page except she is fatter! If someone who has a dog that is friendly with cats I would be willing to try that also even though she hisses at the neighbors dog and runs. I would want some kind of agreement signed that I would get her back even though her foster family will grow to love her, I NEED her she is aI il have left right now, and she loves me very much. Please try to find a family locally in the Charleston Area so that I can visit her. My call back number is 843-475-9654 it is a cell with free voice mail free texts but low minutes that i have already used this month trying to pull my life together, I not only lost my home but lost my Mother -my best friend. I do have access to this email i am sending this from and will check my voicemails to return calls. I am in the process of trying to get the 843-559-0480 house phone changed to my cell phone but it may take 1-3 days more. Please excuse any typo's my glasses burned in the fire and i am wearing readers that are not much help!! Hope you can help, Sincerely Sherie McGahee my email is firstname.lastname@example.org but i lost my kindle in the fire and using momas computer. Thanks for everything I Hope Someone can help
By: SHERIE MCGAHEE on June 1, 2018
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