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WQMF is a Classic rock radio station located in Louisville, Kentucky. The station is licensed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to the nearby city of Jeffersonville, Indiana and broadcasts on 95.7 FM with a effective radiated power (ERP) of 28.5 kW.
95.7 signed on as WQHI in April, 1974 as "Hi-95", an automated Top 40 station utilizing TM's "Stereo Rock" format. The first song played when Hi-95 signed on was "Oh My My" by Ringo Starr.
In January, 1981, WQHI was sold and the format was changed to Album Rock as WQMF. Within a short period of time, WQMF was successful in toppling WLRS as the top Album Rock station in the market. The station was successful, by having many Louisville radio legends appear on the station. The early years consisted of Ron Clay and Terry Meiners on "The Show With No Name," Uncle Ron's Asylum, & the Rocky and Troy morning show. Duke Meyer and Future Bob were on the station as well.
In the mid 1990s, WQMF switched to Classic rock.