WSYD 1300: Your Mount Airy, NC Oldies Station

WSYD Granite City Gold is the place for Beach, 60’s, 70’s, 80’s and a little bit of the 90’s classic rock and pop hits, all day, every day.  Listen on 105.1FM, 1300 AM, or stream online. 

Further, we specialize in bringing listeners unique in-house productions you’ll want to tune in weekly for featuring acts and genres like The Beatles, Elvis, Classic Beach, Motown and the EXCELLENT 80’s as well as a revival of the CLASSIC CALL IN REQUEST show.

WSYD understands and respects its important role in the community by providing timely news, weather, event, and local information to our listeners daily.  WSYD is also home to regional sports favorites, the Mount Airy Bears and UNC TARHEEL sports broadcasting.

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Join Brack Llewellyn in the joy of the season as he broadcasts live from the Downtown Pilot Mountain Christmas Parade beginning at 6pm Saturday December 3rd. A big thank you to our parade sponsor Alliance Insurance Services 🎄 ... See MoreSee Less

Join Brack Llewellyn in the joy of the season as he broadcasts live from the Downtown Pilot Mountain Christmas Parade beginning at 6pm Saturday December 3rd.  A big thank you to our parade sponsor Alliance Insurance Services 🎄

Join WSYD & Brack Llewellyn on Saturday December 3rd at 2pm as we bring you all the holiday cheer from downtown Dobson. Brought to you by Surry-Yadkin Electric Membership Corporation, Surry Communications and Town of Dobson.One parade down, one more to go!

Join us Saturday, December 3rd for the Town Christmas parade. ⛄️
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Join WSYD & Brack Llewellyn on Saturday December 3rd at 2pm as we bring you all the holiday cheer from downtown Dobson.  Brought to you by Surry-Yadkin Electric Membership Corporation, Surry Communications and Town of Dobson.