Sometimes it’s exceedingly difficult to dig up much information on an old radio station. This is one of those hard to find stations that went through a number of format changes and call signs over the years. Like most, this station was gone before the time of the internet and therefore, there’s not even a logo left around from an old website to find.
This recording is of Dennis Dillon. We don’t really know where he went after X100 but perhaps there is someone out there who does. This is an upbeat station with a lot of variety – a station not afraid to play the big Hair bands along side the emerging rap artists. We’d consider it ‘mainstream CHR’ today.
The WLFX call letters are on another frequency in the market today, on a completely different radio station. Perhaps this will harken some 30-somethings back to a different time, one that has largely been ignored… until now.