Basic Radio Station Information
City of License:
Tyger River Radio
WGYT is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting at 92.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Greer, SC. The station airs oldies music programming.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
92.1 is a great station, been looking for a station that plays the oldies and beach music in Greer. Got a Victrola which has a FM and AM radio to it and your station was the first one that I got on, keep playing that old time music from the 50's 60s 70's. Again thanks.
By: Wayne King on January 15, 2017
This is the radio station I have been waiting for! I love the music and plays… The only complaint I have is that the station doesn't reach further! We need more music like this in the upstate!
By: Morgan Liner on June 12, 2017
Love this music great station l wiil listen
By: Robert wherler on July 8, 2017
GREAT!! to have station back playing beach music and oldies
By: WAG on July 17, 2017
Wayne -- Thank You for the kind comments! We appreciate them very much.
Morgan -- As for the distance, I really wish we could do more. We are in a class of radio station known as LPFM. (Low Power FM) Generally speaking, it is limited to 100 watts at 100 feet above average terrain. This gives a range of about 4 miles from the transmitter site. If anyone wishes to contact us directly, our email is trey at 921wgyt dot com.
Robert -- Thank You!
By: Trey Cooper-operator of WGYT on September 17, 2017
Can u add this song to your playlist-Mighty Qinn by Manfred Mann. Love your station! Wish signal was stronger like others who have commented.
By: Ron V. Davis on October 5, 2017
Wow ! What a great radio station ! I just found your station by turning the dial on this old radio . What a breath of fresh air to listen to the songs that you play . I reside in Greer & I'm so pleased that you are located here ! Sometimes I have trouble picking up your signal but I will never quit . Maybe one day you will have growing pains with a stronger signal for all of us . I will be in touch with you very soon & keep all of the hits coming & coming ! Thanks , Peter Rabbit .
By: Peter Rabbit on November 26, 2017
Just found your station. It's all we play here at Mahalo Auctions every day. We've really missed oldies and beach music in this area, so lucky for us we're just inside your signal range in Greer. Keep those great old songs coming, we really enjoy it.
By: Tom Laws on December 13, 2017
Ron -- song added. Not sure how that got overlooked. Would LOVE to add more! Keep 'em coming. Trey at 921wgyt (.) com
By: Trey Cooper-operator of 92.1 WGYT on January 28, 2018
We really like the oldies and beach music. We just wish your signal was a little stronger so we could get your station all over Greenville. Thanks guys. You’re doing great!! 🎶 🎶
By: Phil on February 26, 2018
I started listening back last year and now this is the only station I listen to. I play it in my car and when I am doing yard work outside on my day off. It is perfect for me because of where I live (Lyman/Greer). The station does fade when I go to Spartanburg or Greenville, but that hasn't been a big deal since I don't leave the area that often. I love the music variety from all the different years and I especially love hearing songs I haven't heard on any station in years. I find myself saying, on many occasions, "i haven't heard that song in years". Great station and I hope that it will continue to grow and not fade away as so many stations do.
By: Larry C Hines on April 11, 2018
Your music selection is great! Thanks!
One thing... the original Groovin recorded by the Young Rascals is way better than the one you played recently by War.
Regular old listener.
By: Old Coot on May 7, 2018
Phil and Larry - Thank You for the kind comments.
Old Coot - Consider it added!
I'm not perfect. If you know of a classic oldie or beach tune that I've missed, please reach out and let me know!
My email is Trey at 921wgyt dot com (yes, its working now! I just tested it)
By: Trey Cooper-operator of 92.1 WGYT on May 19, 2018
Jus moved back to Greer after 30 years away. Have never heard a radio station I like more. You play all my old "Flamin Songs". Thank you so very ery much
By: Sheila McLeod on June 4, 2018
Trey, I was just wondering where you’re located on
N Dobson road. I live on Arlington Rd. and really enjoy your station, keep up the good work.
By: Mr Jim on June 15, 2018
My name is Nani. I love the oldies but Goldie's....Love the vibe. Can you please play PETE WINGFIELD- 18 with a bullet?
By: Nani on June 20, 2018
Looks like the stream is not working today...miss this music!
By: Jerry Cupples on June 28, 2018
I love love love your station! Always takes me back to happy days!
By: Charlene Cascone on October 23, 2018
Do u stream online?
By: john on November 1, 2018
Listen to your radio station all the time...Do you happen to have a play list for the morning of Monday,1/14/19 from 4:30am to 5am? There is a song you played that I need to know who sings it and the title of the song....you play this song everyday....thanks.....
By: Larry W Parham on January 14, 2019
WGYT(We’ve Got Yesterday’s Tunes)
I love it! I live in Greer! My truck radio dial stays on 92.1fm when I’m in Greer.
I wish my house radio would pick up your signal. Keep playing yesterday’s tunes and we’ll keep listening.
By: Dalton on February 28, 2019
BTW the email listed above doesn’t seem to be working
By: Dalton on February 28, 2019
Rather than boosting watts or license class maybe you can find a free channel. What stops your signal more than anything is capture ratio from another station same frequency. In Cincinnati we had a religious pirate that it took the FCC a long time to shut down but he got 30 miles because he was on one of two clear channels.
Question. Do you broadcast BRDS? My radio tried to display a few characters near st mark road then quit. I wish you were digital (HD) too but I know that is a $$ racket.
By: Steve on March 9, 2019
Great selection of oldies/beach music- a good portion of which I’ve not heard in 50 years or ever. We’re in Taylors & pick up WGYT FM on the patio, but not in the house.
By: Bucky on March 30, 2019
I recently got my old high school rock band together after 50 years. Our base player had written a great beach song which we recently recorded. How can we get you to play it on your station?
By: Paul Campbell on June 21, 2019
RAN INTO THIS STATION BY ACCIDENT --SOME OF THE BEST I HAVE EVER HEARD--AM IN GREER, S.C.
By: ROD BAKER SR on July 11, 2019
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