Radio Station Information

WQLT 107.3 FM

City of License:
Florence, AL

Format:
Adult Contemporary

Owner:
Big River (Big River Broadcasting Corporation)

WQLT is an FM radio station broadcasting at 107.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Florence, AL. The station airs adult contemporary music programming. WQLT is owned by Big River.

Most Played Artist

Journey, The Eagles, Elton John, Fleetwood Mac, The Doobie Brothers, The Beatles, Foreigner, The Rolling Stones, Daryl Hall & John Oates, Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Toto, Chicago, Bon Jovi, Queen, Huey Lewis & The News, Billy Joel, The Spinners, Daughtry, Jackson Browne

Nearby Radio Stations

WFIX 91.3 FM, WLAY 100.1 FM, WVNA 105.5 FM, WZZA 1410 AM, WSHF 92.3 FM, WBTG 106.3 FM, WLAY 1450 AM, WVNA 1590 AM, WBTG 1290 AM, WQPR 88.7 FM

Listener Comments and Reviews

Could you please announce the following for us. It would be much appreciated. Like you station/music ST. MICHAEL’S LABOR DAY PICNIC BBQ, BBQ Chicken, and Chicken Stew will begin serving at 6:00 AM Tuesday Morning, July 4th. Our facility is located behind River Hill School building in St. Florian. Games for the Kids will begin at 9:00 AM. Come join us for a day of celebration for the men and women who work every day to make our Country Great and Free. A SPECIAL THANK YOU to our Veterans.
By: AJ PASSARELLA on June 28, 2017

On Sunday mornings I especially enjoy listening to the Casey Kasem America's Top 40 programs from the 1980's. Occasionally, WQLT follows this show with a broadcast that highlights a major reissue or new release. On September 15, the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock was featured. I did not know it was going to come on, and I would have liked to listen to it. I only caught the last 5 minutes when Jimi Hendrix was on. Is there any way WQLT can rebroadcast this program? If not, is there another way I can access and listen to this program? Sincerely, Kevin McMicken kevinandmonica@netzero.com
By: Kevin McMicken on September 16, 2019

On Sunday mornings I especially enjoy listening to the Casey Kasem America's Top 40 programs from the 1980's. Occasionally, WQLT follows this show with a broadcast that highlights a major reissue or new release. On September 15, the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock was featured. I did not know it was going to come on, and I would have liked to listen to it. I only caught the last 5 minutes when Jimi Hendrix was on. Is there any way WQLT can rebroadcast this program? If not, is there another way I can access and listen to this program? Sincerely, Kevin McMicken
By: Kevin McMicken on September 16, 2019

I appreciate that WQLT rebroadcast the 50th Anniversary of Woodstock program on December 15, 2019, after the Casey Kasem America’s Top 40 program. I regret to say that once again I did not catch the whole program. I heard about the last 25 minutes of it. I feel bad that I did not tune in early enough to hear the entire program. I pulled myself into thinking that this program would not be broadcast again, so I got lax about listening out for it. Is there any way that WQLT can broadcast this program a third time? I will try to tune in on Casey Kasem’s Top 40 program every Sunday morning and listen for what follows it at 10 every Sunday morning. I am sorry I missed hearing the whole program a second time. I hope you consider my request.
By: Kevin McMicken on December 16, 2019

I enjoyed listening to the most recent All Access radio program about ZZ Top's 50th Anniversary collection. It followed another entertaining Casey Kasem America's Top 40 program counting the hits down in late December 1987. That was a time close to my heart, as it was close to the first Christmas my girlfriend and future wife Monica spent together. We are still married 32 years after the year we met in 1987. I am still hoping that WQLT can rebroadcast the Back to the Garden: 50th Anniversary of Woodstock program. It is one of the only All Access programs I have not yet heard from beginning to end. I blew it the first 2 times it was broadcast, and only heard part of it both times. I am tuning in every Sunday morning, hoping I can hear all of it this time. Kevin McMicken
By: Kevin McMicken on December 24, 2019

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