It was actually a very solid collection of classic rock, late 70s to early 90s.
It sounds like every other cookie cutter classic rock station. I guess it was too much to have a weekend and overnights of alternative music. Lets make way for more dad rock, like there aren't already a bunch of stations that play that.
104.1 becomes an automated classic/active rock machine ... maybe a syndicated A.M. show (I know, I joked about Bob & Tom ... but it could happen) and bring back Slats from 2-6pm. I'm sure the combined AM-talk/FM-rock ratings would be up some and they'd shed some salary $$ in the process.
God, I hate people like you who work in radio. Were you one of the people here jumping for joy when they flipped 105.9 a few years back?
Guess it's more Pandora for me.
I like how this is the reaction, since there no other station that played that type of music. Radio is doing a good job of turning away it's listeners.