Radio Station Information

Radio Free Queen City

WVQC 95.7 FM

City of License:
Cincinnati, OH

Variety / Community

Cincinnati, OH

Web site:

Music Resource Center - Cincinnati, LLC

WVQC is a low-power FM radio station broadcasting at 95.7 MHz. The station is licensed to Cincinnati, OH and is part of that radio market. The station broadcasts Variety / Community programming and goes by the name "Radio Free Queen City" on the air.

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Nearby Radio Stations

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Listener Comments and Reviews

Hi WVQC: I am trying to help my neighbor out, who is the President of the Elks Lodge in Florence, Kentucky raise local people to come to a fundraising event in Florence, KY for the Autism Society of Greater Cincinnati. I have a flyer, but don't see anywhere to attach it. It's called the CORN-A-PALOOZA at the Florence, KY Elks Lodge this Saturday, August 19th from 3 pm to 11 pm. Lots of music and a live band from 7-11 pm, Fresh roasted Corn on the Cob, Raffles, Freshly made pulled pork BB plates, games for children including a cake walk, corn hole tournament, raffles, silent auction of baskets and donated items including tickets to the BENGALS vs. STEELERS game and other wonderful donated items. Cash bar, split the pot and more. Hope you can announce this on your radio for something to do this weekend, It's in the rear parking lot of the Elks Lodge in Florence, KY, 7704 Dixie Highway, 41042. Any donations are accepted, and please call Elks Lodge President Mrs. Peggy Hansen at 859-801-2103 for additional info. I am just trying to help last minute. Thank you for any publicity you can provide! Kate Archer (Friend and neighbor who works 24/7)
By: Kate Archer on August 18, 2017

I am an older musician and writer from Chicago I want to know if you have any music written by and performed by Xerxes Price or the God or Kid Z.U.R. or Young Money Z.U.R. from Chicago in the 90's.
By: Xerxes Price on December 15, 2020

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