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Maria Danza (afternoons) and Kevin Browning (nights) to bring you the golden era of pop, rock, and soul: hit music of the '60s and '70s.

  • LOU BAILEY

    IN THE MORNING

    5am-1pm Central time
    Listen to Lou Bailey in the mornings from 5a-1p on 97.5 GTO!

  • MARIA DANZA

    AFTERNOON/EVENINGS

    1pm-9pm Central time
    Maria’s solid career as an on-air personality started over 20-years ago co-hosting mornings with our very own Jim Zippo on ABC Radio Network’s Pure Gold format. From there she did mornings with Jay Fox on SMN Radio Network, followed by mid-days, afternoons, and then mornings with Citadel Broadcasting Corporation and Cumulus Media Networks.

  • KEVIN BROWNING

    OVERNIGHTS

    9pm-5am Central time
    Kevan’s over three decades of radio experience includes mornings, afternoons, and evenings in great markets like Milwaukee, Memphis, and Houston working at WLUM, WHIK, and KHYS. Along with his production and programming skills Kevan made his way to Dallas to work at KTXQ and KLUV, and then his current full-time position of evenings on Cumulus Media Networks’ Classic Hits 24/7 format.

GTO - Good Time Oldies - The soundtrack you grew up to.

Every weekend, GTO.fm brings you a dedicated theme. Sometimes it's a theme, like Dynamic Duos or Ladies' Choice and sometimes it's a weekend filled with your favorite artists, like Elvis Presley, or The Beetles.

Local U.P. stories, news, and updates as well as all the latest news on your favorite artists from the golden era of pop, rock, and Motown.

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  • MARQUETTE CITY FIRE DEPARTMENT SHOWS OFF FOR FIRE PREVENTION DAY – 10/08/2016

    AUTHOR: // CATEGORY: Uncategorized

    American Pride

    American Pride

    Marquette, MI  –  October 8, 2016 – Great Lakes Radio’s Joe Duckworth was live at the Marquette City Fire Department’s Fire Prevention Day Saturday morning to broadcast all the fun stuff going on!

    It was a day for the kids at Harlow Park in Marquette, as they were able to see more than $10 million worth of fire fighting equipment, get their faces painted, and a whole bunch of other fun activities!

    Smoky the Bear and Sparky the Fire Dog were also there to hang out with the kids and help teach them about fire safety. Ambitious youngsters even got to climb in and around the fire equipment!

    They even had lots to do for adults! The city fire department provided bonds, and they were on hand to test and distribute fire and smoke detectors. It all ended with a roll-out of the fire equipment that the kids loved!

    Listen to the live audio below:

          Joe Duckworth live at Harlow Park

          Marveling at all the fire equipment

          Captain Greene of the Marquette City Fire Department

          You could see millions of dollars worth of fire equipment

          Joe signs off from Marquette Fire Prevention Day

  • PIONEER DAYS PARADE IS A BIG HIT IN NEGAUNEE!

    AUTHOR: // CATEGORY: WQXO

    Negaunee, MI July 9, 2016 — Today,  Iron Street in Negaunee was packed with people enjoying the Pioneer Days Parade! There were no shortages of floats, marching groups and exciting sounds in this event. Today was my first Pioneer Days Parade, and now I can’t wait for next year. All of the pride and hard work shown by all of the groups, as well as the excitement and smiles seen from the crowd, made this parade a great addition to the Pioneer Days celebration!

    We at Great Lakes Radio were also very glad to be a part of all the excitement! Walt and Mike from the Sunny Morning Show started our line up in the flashy Sunny.fm van and behind them was Joe Duckworth manning the WRUP van. Following behind the WRUP van was Adam Carpenter from the Outdoor Show with Todd Noordyk as co-captain in a camouflage Kawasaki Mule from Zambon’s in Marquette. Completing our crew was Eric Scott and Lane Dawson in the 103 FXD box truck!

    One of my favorite floats was the MCMCF Wizard of Oz Rainbow Float. The Negaunee High

    MCMCF Wizard of Oz Rainbow Float

    MCMCF Wizard of Oz Rainbow Float

    School Class Reunion floats were other parade favorites.

    There was also a picnic at Teal Lake following the parade!

    The cost of the Pioneer Days celebration is pretty high, and the Negaunee Irontown Association can always use more help and support to make the Pioneer Days celebration just as great as, if not better than, it has been all these years. If you would like to lend a helping hand or donate to the Pioneer Days or the Fireworks on Teal Lake for next year, take a look at this information:

    Donations are accepted via PayPal at NegauneeIrontown.com

    and/or by mailing donations to PO Box 128 Negaunee, MI  49866.

    Email info@negauneeirontown.com for more details

     

     

    For more photos visit: Sunny.fm, WFXD.com and WRUP.com

  • EVERYONE CAME OUT TO THE MARQUETTE FOURTH OF JULY PARADE

    AUTHOR: // CATEGORY: Uncategorized, WQXO

    Marquette, MIJuly 4, 2016 — The street was packed with people who joined in the Fourth of July parade celebration. The groups were bright, friendly and some even showed off a lot of exciting sounds! This year, Sunny.fm, 103FXD and WRUP were well represented for Great Lakes Radio. Todd Noordyk, our leader here at Great Lakes Radio Inc., was heading up our vehicles with Adam Carpenter from the Outdoor Show. Adam was driving a stylish Kawasaki Mule from Zambon’s in Marquette with  Miss Pre-Teen Great Lakes State and Miss Pre-Teen Upper Midwest in a boat behind excitedly passing out candy with smiles and waves.

    Eric Tasson was manning the 103 FXD truck with Lane Dawson as his co-pilot. Premium Pole Buildings and Storage Sheds was behind them hauling our newest giveaway prize, the Steamin’ Summer Sauna. Bill Tibor was next in the WRUP van with Mike and Walt from the Sunny Morning Show saving the day and completing our line-up in the Sunny.fm van with flashing lights.

    The Children's Museum had such a cute float at the parade

    The Children’s Museum had such a cute float at the parade

    There was a all-around great showing of floats and groups on this warm and wonderful Independence Day. The Marquette High School Class of 1971 float especially eye-catching with their VW Van structure and ’70s throwback decorations. Another parade favorite was the veteran and military groups who were well represented and respected throughout the parade.

    It’s a wonderful sunny day for celebrating  The United States of America’s independence. Let us know how you celebrated your holiday or any of your favorite attractions from the parade!

    See more photos on our other posts: Sunny.FM, WFXD.com, WQXO.com, and WRUP.com,

Address // 3060 U.S. 41 West
Marquette, MI 49855

Phone. // (906)228-6800