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WKIC AM 1390 plays the best of the older standards, combined with younger artists in a sound that runs from the 40's right to today. Our demographic is age 35 on up. During the past 55 years, WKIC has built a music library that consists of some of the biggest hits of all. If you have a favorite song that you would like us to add to the WKIC play list, we want to hear from you. Most of us can remember the first time we heard a record that we liked, where we were and what was happening in our life at the time. Share your memories with us by submitting your comments below.
"I Can't Stop Loving You by Ray Charles. It came out in the late 50's or early 60's. I love that song by anyone, but to me Ray sang it best!" Ardie Hazard, KY
"I Needed Someone by Johnny Mathis. Although I was a child of the 60's, my first love dedicated this song to me at a school dance. I was 16 and he was the 22 year old chaperone (be still my heart). I was madly in love and the words to this song are soooooooooo romantic..Warm as the May wine, wild as the sea; these are the feelings you waken in me. I've had my moments and a dream or two; but I needed someone all the time, and all the time it was you....sigh."...Lesley Caudill
"I'm giving away my age with this answer----just about any songs from the early 50's. High on the list On The Street Where You Live." Shirley Hoskins
"It was 1957. They played All Shook Up by Elvis on WKIC's Pepsi Party Show. I was driving near the Chat & Chew Restaurant. Every time I hear it to this day, I go back to that place and time in my life. Strange eh? Hobert Reynolds, Lexington, KY
"WKIC used to have a program called Afternoon Radio Theatre and it was sooooo unique and entertaining. The dj (Stewart Shane?) would play a tone on the air and the third caller would get to request a song. Well, one day - I was the third caller and you all played We are Family by the Sisters Sledge (I think they sang it). I had the dj play it for me and my sisters. I enjoyed hearing that song more than words could ever express. At the time I took WKIC for granted but now that I am older I realize how lucky Hazard is to have a local station that listens to its audience and does those little extra things that make it unique. Thanks so much WKIC for all the memories and playing such neat music back in the 70s." K. Harris, Hazard, KY
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