WTZQ - AM 1600 - Hendersonville, NC

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AM 1600 History * 1963 - WHVL signs on. * 1977 - WHVL moves to a Top 40 format. * 1986 - WHVL is sold ... See more WHVL is sold to Butler Broadcasting. Mystle and Jim Butler. * 1987 - WHVL changes to WTZQ and begins "Solid Gold" format. * 1987 - Lake Lure is the scene for Swingfest '87. A large scale oldies music festival held on the lake. Guest artists included the Del Vikings, Rufus and Carla Thomas and a variety of shag and beach groups. * 1988 - By mid summer WTZQ changes to "Simply Beautiful" format. * 1990 - WTZQ sold by Butler Broadcasting to Ralph Conner. * 1993 - WTZQ is sold to United Broadcasting Enterprises, Inc. * 1997 - March 10th station transferred from Glenn W. Wilcox, Sr. to J. Ardell Sink. * 2002 - WTZQ purchased by Houston Broadcasting. * 2008 - WTZQ purchased by Mark Media (J. Ardell Sink) List of Former Personalities at WTZQ * Don Adams (1986-1988) * Andy Brittain (1986-1987) * Brother Bill (1979-1981, 1983) * Mitt Butler (1986-1989) * Tom Cassidy (1986) * Chuck Finley (1979) * Jason Forbis (1987-1988) * Gaby (1985-1986) * GT (1981-1985, 2002-2006) * Dave Hogan (1993-2000) * Clarke Hutchinson (1987) * Kenny B (1984-1985) * Sarah Kurkowski (1986-1987) * Al B. Lake (1982-1991) * David Lawrence (1986-1987) * Dave Lyons (1980) * Drew McLain (1985-1988) * Mountain Man (1984) * TC McCall (1986) * Kevin McKee (1983-1984) * Tom Moog (1989) * Thorg Morton & Goober (1982-1985) * Robin Muchler (1982-1985) * Doug O'Brien/Chris Kelly (1982-1983, 1987)* * Tracy Peltier (1985) * Kevin Scott (1981-1984) * Chris Smart (1986-1987) * Mark Sterling (1978-1980) * Paul Stevens (1988) * Randy Houston (2002-2008)

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