Radio Station Information
City of License:
Indian River Shores, FL
Port St. Lucie Broadcasters (Vero Beach Broadcasters, LLC)
WOSN is an FM radio station broadcasting at 97.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Indian River Shores, FL. The station airs adult standards programming. WOSN is owned by Port St. Lucie Broadcasters.
Most Played Artist
Frank Sinatra, The Beatles, Johnny Mathis, Andy Williams, Neil Diamond, Barry Manilow, The Carpenters, Michael Buble, Dean Martin, Barbra Streisand, Nat King Cole, Tony Bennett, Bobby Darin, Ray Charles, James Taylor, Simon & Garfunkel, B.J. Thomas, Elvis Presley, Carly Simon, Tom Jones
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Love your station and rarely listen to any other but in this case I could have heard this song on another one.
If you can help me find the name I would greatly appreciate it. Had a great beat, duet sung by a man and a woman and contained the words "huggin man, lovin man". Hope you can help and thank you for your wonderful music.Best wishes. Pat
By: Pat Ashurn on August 3, 2011
WHY THE HELL did you change the format of this station. It was just so wonderful with adult oldies and great artists. Why Jazz??? Bring back the old format PLEASE, I sure as heck ain't listening to that crap you have now.
By: Beverly on January 8, 2012
Love your format. Never change the station.
Would like to hear you on the Internet. Any plans on streaming.
By: Shirley on February 26, 2012
From July 29, 2014 to August7,2014 your station was with me in the car, at my friends home, day and night. Love,Love,Love your format. I even had it on as I slept. It was so refreshing to hear music that wasn't intrusive. Was so sorry to return to my home in Missouri and not be able to enjoy the soothing sounds your station provided. Thank you for making my stay in Florida extra special.
By: Jacqueline Parish on August 17, 2014
St. Lucie County Sheriff caught street racing!
Today around 9, 9:30am, the owner of Kapoya Energy Drinks will be presenting a donation of 150 bikes and a $5000 check to Sheriff Ken Mascara for the needy children of St. Lucie County. He will also be challenging the Sheriff in a bike race. If the sheriff wins the race, the amount of the check will be doubled to $10,000!!!
By: Laura Hanson on December 13, 2014
NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Health) FAMILY -to- FAMILY EDUCATION PROGRAM
Free to family members or caregivers of persons with Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia and Schizoaffective disorder, Major Depression, Panic Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Co-occurring Brain Disorders and Addiction.
Classes begin: Monday February 16, 2015 and continue each Monday through May 4,2015 6:30pm to 9:00pm
Contact: Larry Hughes 248-978-4619
Beverly Whiteley 772-257-5950
By: Larry Hughes on January 28, 2015
Great station love it. I was listening to your station today Saturday and I heard a song with a guitar player. It sounded like the third man theme but it was not. Your DJ mentioned the name of the artist. He said it was a Greek guitarist that was playing the song and he gave his full name which I cannot remember. I have heard it before on your station and it is quite mellow. Could you please give me the name of the artist because I would like to hear more of his music. Thank you.
By: Kevin mccarthy on April 15, 2016
I am furious that you have been knocked out of our listening area by a Haitian station! You are the only easy listening station in the Port St. Lucie area and my husband and I have been listening for almost 20 years! Is the anything the loyal listeners an do to get you ack in our area? I'm sure we are not the only disappointed seniors who want you back.
By: priscilla harrington on August 21, 2016
Why on earth would you change your format to a French speaking station? We listened faithfully to the oldies as did our friends. Very disappointed!
By: Katherine Scherer on August 25, 2016
Where do i put my anniversary date in for the dinner at Waldo?
10/20 will be 54 years. Thank you!
By: Margaret Tourville on September 28, 2016
Format of the station is changing and not for the better. Older artists are not played any longer and Jeff Rollins was let go without explanation. I had to get the reason for his departure from the Lemmon Lines news.
By: Nick Manzella on April 8, 2017
I wrote FCC and fought for you guys to get you back to where i could listen to your station again but I have since turned it off. I may hear one song an hour now that I know and a couple I am familiar with. Just not enjoying it any more. Have turned off the car radio also Have resorted to CDs.
By: Judy Davis on April 15, 2017
Does anyone at the radio station know the name of the blonde girl smoking a cigarette in Elvis Presley video "Return to Sender?" Please e-mail me if you know who this is. Great trivia question I am trying to get answer to. Thanks. Listen to your station constantly and love it. It seems you are getting a better mix now so I don't switch off in the morning drive. Thanks for that too.
By: Mary E. Taylor on June 27, 2017
While listening to your Sunday morning jazz program, the host of the show gives the listeners a list of “THINGS TO DO”. We can never remember more than a few of these things. Does that list originate from a particular source that we could find on our own, or can we get the info from you?
By: Ken vollaro on March 13, 2018
I cannot find where to register my wife and my anniversary. We are 82 year old seniors whose anniversary is on May 5th.
We listen to your station everyday who really enjoy your music format of the oldies. We live in Suntree, FL, just north of Melbourne.
Thank you for any help and consideration of my request.
By: Bill Bodnar on April 27, 2018
I am Sergeant First class Jerry Lawson an Army JROTC instructor at Ft. Pierce Central High School in Ft. Pierce FL. I'm not sure if I am in the right place with this message, but I saw no other way of contacting you all. The reason I am contacting you is because the FPCHS JROTC booster club is doing a Parking Lot Yard Sale fundraiser in the parking lot of our school on October 27, 2018, from 8am to 2pm to raise funds for our students. The way it works is: Anyone who wants to be a vendor, they would purchase a parking space from me for $25.00 and display their treasures as shoppers are going through looking for treasures. Any money vendors make, they keep unless they want to donate it all or a portion to the JROTC program. This is a way for people to clean the garage or attic of things they always wanted to get rid of in a much larger setting, kind of like a flea market.
The JROTC program is a big part of our students lives. They are involved in community service projects, they participate in activities exclusive to the JROTC program. The only problem is, funds are not there, so we are always looking for sponsors, donors, and doing fundraisers to offset the cost of the activities. So anything you or your listeners can do to help, we welcome it. We have a flyer with all the information on it, but I have no way of getting it to you, however, I can be reached at email@example.com, or by phone at (757) 630-8488. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
By: jerry lawson on September 22, 2018
Your Sunday jazz is so REFRESHING !! It seems during the week the format is so repetitive it's boring and annoying. It's as if you have only a few songs in your studio. Where is the VARIETY?? So we true music lovers are starving out here for some VARIETY! It would be wonderful to hear a bit of that relaxing jazz during the week at stressful rush hour. Can we get some help on that PLEASE. America has been blessed with a VARIETY of musical talent and it gets old hearing the same songs every other record. KEEP THE JAZZ COMING PLEASE !!!
By: Cookie Lee on December 29, 2019
I heard a song on your station today between 11am and noon that I liked but don't know song name or artist. Do you list anywhere the songs played on your station? In Philadelphia, Pa several stations list the song lineups along with the time it was played. Just curious whether you do.
By: Joe on February 1, 2020
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