WLLH in the city of Lowell, Massachusetts was one of these. Like many AM stations sitting in medium sized cities, they found themselves catering to a diverse audience that included different ethnic groups and a mix of young and (mostly) older americans, many of whom didn’t much like Rock n Roll.
By 1993, AM stations that even played MUSIC on a regular basis were becoming an endangered species as well. This was one of the last in the region that still had a music format, albeit heavy on information and announcements, but music nonetheless.
Today, 1400 WLLH is part of the Mega group of stations catering to the ever growing Hispanic population.
Courtesy of Contributor David Boucher