Radio Station Information
City of License:
Washington Broadcasting Co. (Washington Broadcasting Company)
WJPA is an FM radio station broadcasting at 95.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Washington, PA and is part of the Pittsburgh, PA radio market. The station broadcasts Oldies music programming. WJPA is owned by Washington Broadcasting Co..
Station Coverage Map
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Listener Comments and Reviews
what hapened to the elvis hour
By: Anonymous on September 14, 2014
Thanks for playing my request. Just discovered your station! Love the music. Best oldies station I ever heard.puts 3 WS to shame. I am telling everyone about your station. Will be listening every sun note for 6 hours. Thanks guys!
By: Mike Scott on February 22, 2016
love the sunday night 6-12 cruising sunday night. this is an awesome broadcast. love those oldies. the dj gee wiz George, is such a true music lover, and we love listening to him. he adds a lot of info to the show. George, you are a class act. keep playing those old dusty discs. we are with you evert Sunday night.
By: Donna Staso on August 14, 2017
I am 66 yrs old and live in the Executive House apartments in Washington, Pa. I am working on a piece of art that will highlight all the music from the 60's and 70's which I think is the greatest music ever. I knew there was a lot of artists when I started but I am blown away on how I am never reaching the end. I listen to your radio station and keep discovering more artists all the time. Thank you for playing the music that you do. This will be a poster listing artists and songs hopefully. Then I hope to attach an MP3 device where you can play the music on a bluetooth speaker either loud or soft. I keep saying my research is done and then I hear another artist on your station. I can't tell you how much joy I have gotten from hearing the old songs. I grew up in the 60's and 70's where everyone knew a local band. We hung out with the band and if there wasn't a gig to go to we would be in the basement recording them. It was such a fun time Yeah I was a groupie but I married my guy (divorced now) but still remember those days with great fondness. Keep playing the music.
By: Monica Blommer on September 4, 2017
i was surprised to learn that joey powers, a one hit wonder, was from little washington. i was a pittsburgh kid and knew the suburban bus line, that i took to near my home in mt lebanon. i loved "meet me at midnight mary". anyway, while driving home to my family in columbus ohio, i will make sure i find your station.
By: rich holsinger on December 10, 2018
As a long time listener of Sunday night oldies they sure aren't what they use to be when Pete Povich had the show. I don' t know where they get some of this music, it's awful!! I would sure like to hear some of Dickey Lee, s songs, like "PATCHES." Pete was great at his oldies selection and sure do miss him. You have to really enjoy the oldies music to know what the audience of that generation would listen to back in the day. Well, I guess this is all we got,,take it or leave it.
By: Janet on July 27, 2019
what hapened to the vinyl countdown
By: dale on August 18, 2023
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