FM History Profile: WHHY

Came on the air simulcasting WHHY-AM's top 40 format in the late 60's. In the mid 70's, it switched to a rock format (that makes up the classic rock format of today) with the Y-102 slogan and the AM's morning show (Larry Stevens). The station went back to top 40 in 1980 and remained that way for around 10 years. At one point the station briefly experimented with a new slogan: Live 101.9. It didn't last, and the format was changed to country, the calls changed to WJCC and the moniker became Cat Country 102. In 1999, the station returned to its top 40 roots, this time with an alternative / urban lean, and brought back the legendary "Y-102" slogan and the WHHY-FM calls.