WCCC Classic Rock ‘Walks’ For The Last Time

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There were jokes and stories and tears, and at the end of the day Friday WCCC 106.9 Classic Rock was no more.

wccc_optAT 5:05 p.m. the K-Love network, owned by new WCCC owners Educational Media Foundation, launched its Christian music format, marking the end of another radio tradition in Connecticut.

But first, WCCC made sure Connecticut got one last taste of “The Rock”  in a five-hour final tribute to all of its personalities  and staff, and the rock music the station  delivered over decades.

WCCC’s current stable of talent along with those of the past, including “shock jock” Howard Stern, who got his big break at WCCC, entertained and reminisced, leaving a final rock-solid memory behind.

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