92-3 WTTS is turning 25! It was 1992 when WTTS launched a different kind of radio station. “World Class Rock” was on the air and now, 25 years later, we’re still at, and still independently owned and operated.
Now through August 25th, we’ll remember the music, movies, news and happenings of each year since our 1992 debut. It’s 25 Years In 25 Days. Hear these hour-long flashbacks weekdays at noon and 6pm, with replays from the week every Saturday morning from 7 to noon. 25 Years In 25 Days, presented by Puccini’s Pizza and Pasta, and brought to you by McGee Jewelers, Noah’s Animal Hospital, Brothers Floor Covering, and the Bar Band Bar Crawl.
Stop by any of these locations for great shows that are a part of the Bar Band Bar Crawl, Wednesday-Friday nights thru September 1st. Drink Specials provided by Evan Williams, Larceny Bourbon, and Lunazul Tequila.
What did the past 25 years look like? Click here to see our very first presence on the World Wide Web (c.1996), and explore below.
WTTS’ Brad Holtz had a chance to speak with Chris Martin of Coldplay
WTTS’ Paul Mendenhall caught up with Mark Knopfler
WTTS’ Paul Mendenhall caught up with Annie Lennox
WTTS’ Paul Mendenhall caught up with Derek Trucks
WTTS’ Laura Duncan gained an exclusive interview with Sir Paul McCartney
WTTS’ Brad Holtz spoke with Patrick Carney of The Black Keys
WTTS’ Laura Duncan caught up with Jack Johnson
WTTS’ Rob Humphrey had a chance to catch up with rock legend Moon Taxi before the WTTS Christmas Can Concert
WTTS’ Rob Humphrey had a chance to catch up with rock legend Gregg Allman
WTTS’ Laura Duncan chatted with Sting
The Avett Brothers stopped by Sun King Studio 92