Wasn't a staffer of Q104, but I grew up with it.
When they moved it to Birmingham, it was like losing an old friend.
Although I do have to admit, it had gone downhill a few years before the move, now it is just a number on the radio dial down there.
I always thought that was a slap in the face for such a legendary station, almost sacrilegious actually. Things never seemed to be the same after about 1994, but nothing could compare to Q104 back in the 70's and 80's.
I picked up the Gadsden Times weekly magazine last week, Times 2,
and saw an article on what you are doing, and I was thrilled.
It is great to have Q104 back, even if it is Internet only, but maybe someday, someone will come along and plop a tower back down in Gadsden, and bring back the old magic.
Thanks for the website, and for the stream.
I have missed this station and the jocks for years.
BTW, here is the article the Gadsden Times ran, in case you haven't seen it.