WTNQ-104.9 goes oldies

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    LaFollette-based WTNQ exits the crowded Knoxville area country format war and goes oldies, including some from the 60s.



    They are also an affiliate station of American Top 40, the ’70s, from what I understand.


    And they have a great variety of oldies, not just the same old tired over rotated dreck. Station sounds very nice, and is one of the presets on my car radio. I like WTNQ’s format.

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