|Broadcast area||Auburn, Alabama|
|Slogan||Where Every Song is a Classic!|
|Translator(s)||96.3 W242AX (Auburn, relays HD2)
106.7 W294AR (Auburn, relays HD3)
|Format||FM/HD1: Classic hits
HD2: Hot AC "96.3 W-Lee"
HD3: Sports "ESPN AU"
|Former callsigns||WZLM (1989-2004)
|Former frequencies||97.3 MHz (1989-2004)
100.3 MHz (2004-2010)
|Owner||Auburn Network, Inc.|
|Sister stations||Newstalk WANI
On April 19, 2010 WGZZ moved from 100.3 FM to 94.3 FM.
|City of license||ERP
|City of license||ERP
Format and Programs
WGZZ ("Wings 94.3") airs classic rock from the late 1960's to the early 1980's. Wings features a local morning radio show, "Rich and Jeremy in the Morning", which airs weekdays from 6:00 CST to 9:00 CST featuring Rich Perkins of Wings and Jeremy Henderson of The War Eagle Reader website. The show began in January 2016 and is primarily comedy. Rich and Jeremy include live guests and phone calls during the show. Clips of the show are available on Rich and Jeremy's SoundCloud page. After Rich and Jeremy, Al Mason hosts "Rewind at 9" on weekdays at 9:00 CST, a program that spotlights a specific classic year's music. John Garrett hosts "The 4 O'Clock Beatles Block" on weekdays at 4:00 CST featuring four classic Beatles songs. Weekdays at 5:00 CST, Wings airs a "Live at 5" feature for a couple of classic rock songs recorded from a live concert.
Wings 94.3 is also the official station of Auburn High School Football. Wings airs a coaches show on Mondays prior to a game with Bill Cameron and Auburn High head coach Adam Winegarden. On game day, Bill Cameron assumes play-by-play duties, he is joined on the broadcast by Chuck Furlow, Gabe Gross, and Scott Bagwell.
WGZZ is a broadcast service of Auburn Network, Inc., which also owns three other radio stations, including Newstalk WANI (WANI-AM, W242AY), ESPN 106.7 (WGZZ-HD3, W294AR), and 96.3 WLEE (WGZZ-HD2, W242AX)
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