PWAM 102.7 FM on Live365 Press Release


Albert Gourrier

Davenport, IA   
36 years old

Station name: PWAM 102.7 FM
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Freeform station

PWAM 102.7 FM plays a wide assortment of music which should appeal to all. It was started years ago when I saw a friend of mine do it herself. Saw it was easy and started my own station. Used to do live broadcasts every Tuesday but eventually station became an ongoing playlist. It started out life known as Pro Wrestling and More playing wrestling related stations but has grown to now playing a variety of music. I put up new music regularly from a broad selection of artists...mainstream and independent. The '102.7 FM' moniker is a tribute to KIIS-FM, a very popular station in Los Angeles, California where I grew up. I listened to it quite a lot which allowed my love for music to grow. We also accept requests for our ongoing playlist because my station is your station.In addition, we also support breast cancer awareness and hope for a cure. Had an aunt pass away from it and a friend who survived it. Donations are always accepted to not only keep broadcasting costs down but also to make a donation to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation. We invite you to check us out and give us a listen. We thank you for your support.



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