Radio Station Information
City of License:
Fleur de Lis (Fleur De Lis Broadcasting, Inc.)
WTIX is an FM radio station broadcasting at 94.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Galliano, LA. The station broadcasts Oldies music programming. WTIX is owned by Fleur de Lis.
Most Played Artist
Elvis Presley, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Bee Gees, Elton John, Stevie Wonder, The Eagles, The 4 Seasons, Paul Revere & The Raiders, Johnny Rivers, The Supremes, Marvin Gaye, K.C. & The Sunshine Band, Creedence Clearwater Revival, The Beach Boys, The Electric Light Orchestra, Wings, Neil Diamond, Chicago, Herman's Hermits
Nearby Radio StationsKWMZ 104.5 FM, American Family Radio 91.9, KAGY 1510 AM, Old School 106.7, WLNO 1060 AM, New Orleans' BIN 1280, AMen 940, WSHO 800 AM, WWL 870 AM, WFNO 1540 AM
Listener Comments and Reviews
Can you please play The Joke by Reggie Hall. I have the 45 of it but I have never heard it played on any Oldies station. I hope you could be the first.
By: Greg Broussard on February 23, 2011
I have a three hour show called 70s Deja Vu and I would be honored if you would consider airing it weekends on WTIX-FM....I'm in great need of this favor...it's a strict barter...please respond and tell me when we can start caring it on your great station!
By: Pat Matthews on May 4, 2017
WHO FANS AND ROCK FANS: GREAT ROCK STAGE SHOW: "Keith Moon The Real Me," about the life of the outrageous drummer for THE WHO at Castle Theatre, 501 Williams Blvd., Kenner/Rivertown, Thursday-Sunday until December 17. Local-born phenom, drummer Mick Berry, rips it up with 10 classic WHO songs, rights procured from Pete Townshend; musical director is musical director for The Who and Roger Daltrey. For tickets contact the theater, www.castle501.com phone (504) 287-4707 or go to the show's website: www.keithmoontherealme.com Rave reviews in recent San Francisco production.
By: Patricia Behre on December 3, 2017
I’m trying to find someone, somewhere who remembers the old song “Time Machine”. Surely I’m not the only old lady who ever heard it. Sixties,maybe. Thanks
By: Donna B on April 15, 2018
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