Radio Station Information
City of License:
Senior Broadcasting (Villages Communications, Inc.)
WVLG is an AM radio station broadcasting at 640 KHz. The station is licensed to Wildwood, FL. The station broadcasts Adult Standards programming. WVLG is owned by Senior Broadcasting.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Please identify artists when you play recordings during the nightly Gold show. I know you do sometimes and time limits are a consideration. I like to test my memory by naming them.
By: Leonard on November 4, 2011
This is one of the best radio stations ever. I miss it very, very much. It's fun to listen to and if I could get the right kind of radio and antenna; I'd love to listen to it way up here in Illinois.
By: Deborah on February 22, 2012
Deborah, I found out if you have an IPad you can find WVLG on the app of Tunein Radio. I also live in Illinois and missed it during the summer. Now I can enjoy it all year round.
By: Shery Sullivan on January 18, 2013
This is the BEST Radio Station I feel we have around!
I love those OLDIES! I like it when you identify the artists too!
By: Star on February 19, 2013
Could you please send the telephone # for the Medicare insurance rep advertising on the Villages radio so I can call and set up an appointment to possibly change my coverage. Thank you.
By: Liz on November 29, 2013
Thought you might like this joke: Four old retired men are walking down a street in Yuma, Arizona. They turn a corner and see a sign that says, "Old Timers Bar - ALL drinks 10 cents."
They look at each other and then go in, thinking this is too good to be true.
The old bartender says in a voice that carries across the room, "Come on in and let me pour one for you!
What'll it be, gentlemen?" There's a fully stocked bar, so each of the men orders a martini.
In no time the bartender serves up four iced martinis shaken, not stirred and says, "That's 10 cents each, please."
The four guys stare at the bartender for a moment, then at each other. They can't believe their good luck. They pay the 40 cents, finish their martinis, and order another round. Again, four excellent martinis are produced, with the bartender again saying, "That's 40 cents, please."
They pay the 40 cents, but their curiosity gets the better of them. They've each had two martinis and haven't even spent a dollar yet.
Finally one of them says, "How can you afford to serve martinis as good as these for a dime apiece?"
"I'm a retired tailor from Phoenix," the bartender says, "and I always wanted to own a bar. Last year I hit the Lottery Jackpot for $125 million and decided to open this place. Every drink costs a dime. Wine, liquor, beer it's all the same."
"Wow! That's some story!" one of the men says.
As the four of them sip at their martinis, they can't help noticing seven other people at the end of the bar who don't have any drinks in front of them and haven't ordered anything the whole time they've been there.
Nodding at the seven at the end of the bar, one of the men asks the Bartender, "What's with them?"
The bartender says, "They're retired people from a place called "The Villages" in Florida. They're waiting for Happy Hour when drinks are half-price, plus they all have coupons."
By: Michael Stoner on March 16, 2015
I am just looking for family i believe lives in wildwood fl.
If you dothis type of thing could you make an anonments could you air this
My name is jessica giddings i am searching for missing family and hopeing to reach shara cronin. If she heard this please contact me in ny.
We miss you and think of you and westin everyday
By: Jessica giddings on December 9, 2015
I recently noticed a change in weather men. What happened to Neil?
By: mike allen on September 12, 2016
Wayne Great to stop by and wave hi and bye to ya :-)
By: D Phillips on October 16, 2016
Greetings, my name is Jersey Frank and I provide entertainment regularly in The Villages. My band has just released an album available on all popular streaming services. I was wondering how I might go about getting the music played on The Villages radio. Thank you so much.
My music is now on iTunes and Spotify!
By: Frank Speer on October 22, 2016
11/2 - Currently listening to Craig Collins and a little while ago he played a song by Bobby Rydell. When the record was over, he said he thought Bobby was from N. Dakota. Bobby Rydell is definitely from Philadelphia, PA, close to my hometown. I just thought he would like to know this for the future....Thank you.
By: Mary Minotto on November 3, 2017
Thanks go out to the village of Buttonwood for requesting Amazing Grace and Lee Greenwoods I am Proud to be an American. I am in the Village of Santo Domingo in the Villa of Vear Cruz and I was in the driveway with the car radio on listening holding our American flag in one hand and the Christian cross in the other. I was proud to be out there. I am hoping the entire village of Buttonwood participated Thank you again. God bless you and Happy Easter...… Thank you Toni Gillewater a proud Christian and American
By: Toni Gillenwater on April 12, 2020
it is nice to hear my long time friend please play coffee is a cardboard cup by gorman lowe LOL
By: charles lowe pittsburgh pa on June 2, 2020
Marty can you send this to the radio stations: Not sure it will go anywhere but worth a try.
I love this guy. If there was a protest at DC for this issue I would attend. Then we can protest that congress must
Not vote themselves a pay raise.
Share the same health care they select for us.
"It’s time to bring the gravy train into the station, end the reign of career politicians, and give Congress back to the people."
Tomboulides is supporting a proposed constitutional amendment to establish term limits of two six-year terms for U.S. senators and three two-year terms for members of the U.S. House of Representatives. Those positions currently have no term limits.
In fact, according to the most recent national polls on this issue, 82 percent of Americans want term limits. That includes support from 89 percent of Republicans, 76 percent of Democrats and 83 percent of independent voters. This is not a left or right issue. This is an American issue."
If you can' t open the utube video here is the link to the article:
By: Marty Newton on July 4, 2020
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