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Jack Anthony is a veteran of the Rock Radio Wars of the late 20th and early 21st Centuries in Charlotte, NC. As host of the Jack at Nite Radio Program on 99.7 WRFX and later 106.5 the End, Jack's coffee-stained button pushing finger entertained several, perhaps dozens of Carolinians for more than 20 years.
In 2012, Jack singlehandedly changed the history of a portion of Sutton Road in Fort Mill when he began programming WFBK 91.5 FM, a station whose transmitter sat atop a telephone pole next to a junkyard. Finding an attractive and lucrative niche with the adult album alternative format, Jack began playing such artists as Spoon, Alabama Shakes and the Lumineers on the air to an adoring audience. Unfortunately, WFBK didn't last long as it was sold to Jesus in 2014. Jesus didn't like Jack's format, so WFBK continued as an online-only station for almost a year.
In mid- 2015, York Technical College announced that they were putting a low power FM on the air and asked Jack if he would be interested in programming it. WYTX-LP was born, and for the next six and a half years, YTX Rocked the Hill in a decisive way. In 2021, there was a leadership change at York Tech. The new leadership noticed to their horror that the previous leaders of the college were paying Jack money to run the station. Realizing this egregious error, they promptly took 98.5 WYTX off the air and stopped paying Jack.
Fortunately, most people have now learned how to pair Bluetooth and make the music play through one of those weird speaker looking things. Their millennial kids threw away their FM radios, so they had to do something. YTX still exists via mobile app and on your desktop. Or you can call Jack and he'll whistle 21st Century Schizoid Man to you over the phone.
Jack Anthony in his natural monochrome setting