Radio Station Information
WDRC 102.9 FM
City of License:
Red Wolf Broadcasting (Red Wolf Broadcasting Corporation)
WDRC is an FM radio station broadcasting at 102.9 MHz. The station is licensed to Hartford, CT and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Classic ROck programming and goes by the name "102.9 The Whale" on the air. WDRC is owned by Red Wolf Broadcasting.
Most Played Artist
Elvis Presley, The Beatles, Chicago, Elton John, The Rolling Stones, The 4 Seasons, Stevie Wonder, The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Billy Joel, The Supremes, Creedence Clearwater Revival, James Taylor, Neil Diamond, The Doobie Brothers, The Electric Light Orchestra, K.C. & The Sunshine Band, Three Dog Night, The Steve Miller Band, The Temptations
Nearby Radio StationsHot 93.7, Connecticut Public Radio 90.5, Radio 104.1, KISS 95.7, Country 92.5, The River 105.9, WBOM 1470 AM, WNTY 990 AM, WERB 94.5 FM, WWEB 89.9 FM
Co-Owned Radio Stations in Hartford, CT
Listener Comments and Reviews
Please play 60's music! We all miss it so much!!!
By: Anonymous on September 23, 2014
Grew up listening to the old WHCN in the 1980s. They always had the best DJs and music. I really missed them. Returning to CT now in 2018 and then finding 102.9 WDRC is the new old WHCN!! Love this station!!!
By: Paul on December 29, 2018
Used to be a great classic hits station. Now it plays a worn out classic rock format that plays the same songs over and over every day. Miss the old drc fm.
By: John on May 23, 2020
WDRC use to be my go to station. Ever since you narrowed your playlist to just classic rock your station sounded boring and repetitive. I mean now I know exactly what's going to be played because there's no variety it's just the same 10 Leds zeppelin, Pink Floyd, Aerosmith songs recycled everyday. It's nothing like what whcn or wccc was. I can never get over why you blew up a great oldies station for classic rock. I miss hearing bands like Jackson Browne, Chicago, Earth wind and fire, Stephen Bishop, Gerry Rafferty, America, The Chi Lites, Christopher Cross and many other great artists from the 70s and 80s that you removed ever since your format change. Classic Rock 102.9 the whale is a joke! FM radio is really going downhill.
By: Jackson on August 8, 2020
Do you do any public affairs programing? I would appreciate the opportunity to address your listeners on issues concerning the upcoming election from the Green perspective.
By: Tom McCormick on October 14, 2020
It's too bad that all the older music stations in CT are all rock based. 102.1,99.1,105.9, and 102.9 are all playing some form of classic rock. Whatever happened to disco and soft rock from the seventies and eighties? The low powered 96.1 station doesn't cut it for other types of classic hits. The music you are playing currently isn't really all that great. How about bringing back the big D that everyone I know misses?
By: Frank on October 21, 2020
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