Idk why everyone assumes the only people listening are millenials. I am 53 grew up in the 80's. I truly enjoy listening to this station. I may not enjoy every sing but by percentages it beats out a lot of other local stations. The female jocks are another enjoyable reason to listen. They are intelligent and informatiive. So if you dont like the station change the channel.
Seems the Bitterman Family Reunion was relocated to this review site 😃
Generally speaking if you are a young millennial, buy your car from a vending machine,tattoo your entire body, wear your hat backwards, dress. In an old t shirt and baggy shorts to travel,think all your kids deserve a trophy,then you have no idea how a radio station like smooth jazz with announcers that connected with their audience and programmed some really smooth jazz that made ones drive so enjoyable . This generation that can't go five minutes without their phone etc will gladly accept generic radio ,why, because that is the IN thing to do. What mentality ,like sheep.
genuinely good station, plays a lot of good music. and to all of the people who are sad that their jazz format doesn't exist anymore, a format change is a format change and probably won't be undone, especially in this scenario where the stations ratings have absolutely spiked up since then.
107.3 Alternative Cleveland is very good radio station in cleveland area in Ohio. i love Alternative rock
Alternative Cleveland is awesome!
Love this station
So sad that "The wave" changed the format from Smooth jazz to what pretty much every single station plays this days. I had so much joy when I could sometimes receive a signal here at Erie PA and now it's just copy and paste from similar format stations.
This used to be the best station in Ohio when they were The Wave. Now they are just another generic bland station playing the same garbage as every other station. Don't bother with it.
Being a long time listener of The Wave, I was disappointed that they chose to change format, but a modern rock format did appeal to me as I enjoy new music and have largely given on the “Oldy And Moldy” stations that dominate radio. Regrettably, while the music was new, it was also incredibly boring and bland. It sounded like one song at the same tempo with the same instruments played by the same musicians and sung by the same person repeated over and over and over with different verses. After a few months, I finally gave up and removed the station from my presents. While I have nothing against modern music per se, the presentation here was a good cure for insomnia. If you want to continue the format, please spice it up so that it is worth listening to it.