|Branding||Cat Country 95.1|
|Former call signs||WLOT-FM|
|Owner||Radio Plus Bay Cities, LLC|
|Sister stations||WAGN, WHYB, WMAM, WSFQ|
95.1 FM had been an adult contemporary format (as "The Wave", previously known by the monikers "Live 95" and "Easy Rock 95") station until January, 2008 when then-owner Armada Media swapped formats between WLST and WHYB in Menominee, Michigan. WHYB became "The Wave" while the higher powered WLST took on the "Cat Country" name and format.
Original call letters were WLOT-FM. WLOT was located at 1300 kHz and later became WCJL before going silent in the late 1980s.
- Query the FCC's FM station database for WLST
- Radio-Locator information on WLST
- Query Nielsen Audio's FM station database for WLST
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