London's legendary 1400 WFTG AM is one of southeastern Kentucky's most recognized radio stations, and your home for classic country music from the 70s, 80s and early 90s.
We play the best music from a never-to-be-forgotten era, from artists like Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, George Jones, and Alabama.
The Wolf is also London's home for local high school sports, Cincinnati Reds baseball and a Laurel County tradition — the Swap Shop, with Brian Sizemore.
When you're in the mood for classic country hits, there's only one place to turn — 1400 The Wolf WFTG AM!
This week...."What basketball team do we think will win the NCAA championship?"
|"I am not a huge sports fan, but I hear Florida is good. So, I'll go with Florida!"|
|"The Wildcats all the way. I'll ride my motorcycle to Indy and back if they do not win Friday!|
"In my heart I always want to see our beloved Wildcats take home the championship title. However, for my bracket, I have it coming down to Louisville and Florida with Florida winning. Larry and I watched Florida during the SEC tournament and they just mowed over everyone else…plus I got my photo taken with the gator. That’s reason enough right there!"
|"Kentucky must bring home the NCAA title. UK or U of L must win it all!!"|
|"I have always loved my Wildcats, and I cannot give up on them now. Go Big Blue!"|
Even radio stations need new cars! Check out our new station vehicle. We think we have upgraded, but the old white van was a good one! Don't forget to say, hi, when you see us out and about!
Goodbye old friend!
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