The History of the 102.7 Frequency
WMQQ signed on in Sprigfield in 1989 with partners Henry Lackey and Ed O'Daniel. Margaret O'Daniel was the first General Manager. Lackey sold out to the O'Daniels, who then operated the station.
After acquiring the station in 1997, Commonwealth Broadcasting parked the legendary Louisville call sign, WAKY, on the station.
Then, in 2006, the call sign was changed to WYSB and the WAKY call sign went to Elizabethtown.
On March 2, 2014 the station became WOKH.
The History of the WOKH Call Sign
WOKH was the call sign for 96.7 in Bardstown from 1979 to 2002, when that station was moved to Lebanon Junction and was changed to WTHX and then WKMO. The station that was originally WOKH is now on 99.3 FM.
The WOKH call sign connects the station to the Bardstown area and its most famous tourist attraction, My Old Kentucky Home. We're proud to serve the people of this area.