Let me thank you from myself and my colleagues, for the excellent work
you do. We work in a small office all day and listen to you on our
computer all day long, tracking the news events from neighboring countries.
Your radio station helps our working day go by, even our office manager
enjoys listening too!
Stanislav B. - Krivoy Rog, Ukraine
I stumbled on your station to listen to Mark Levin's stream...LOVE how you
oldies during the breaks...suddenly I'm a fan and added you to my favorites
Thank you for what you do !
A new fan,
Pat C. - Havertown, PA
Love listening on the web site to the oldies Gary Luyben plays and the
trivia questions he brings to his radio broadcast every Wednesday and Sunday
afternoons on WIOS.
Gary K. - Shelby Twp., MI
...until the early 1970's
my parents and grandparents owned homes north of Tawas up near AuSable
Point. Now 60 years old and blind, I stream your radio station through
Ross D. - Augusta, ME
...the first time I
caught Laura's (Ingraham) show, I also discovered that I love the music that
you have as well -
so I have ended up listening in even more frequently!
Terry - Grand Rapids, MI
I just recently discovered your station and I love the music...
Bob D. - Lansing, MI
...the music is
outstanding! I wish there were more stations that carried this great
music! Please keep playing these great tunes!
Gary V. - AZ
station-love YOUR music!
Craig H. - St. Louis, MO
I heard your station
while vacationing at Tawas State Park...What beautiful Music!
wish we had a station like yours at home...
Roy A. - Lake of the Ozarks, MO
and really enjoy listening to you all day now too. Please don't ever
Arthur & Marlene R. - Tawas City, MI
...I've heard some
songs that bring back a ton of memories, as well as a great selection of
offerings that I never paid attention to before, but they sound
Beatty L. - St. Louis, MO
In the years 1959 - 1961 ...WIOS...was
the best thing I recall about school at that time. Glad to see it is still
there and will be listening to it this summer when we have our 50th reunion.
George B. - MI
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