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"THE BEST WAY TO MAKE FRIEND IS TO BE A FRIEND AND
IT TAKES BOTH THE BLACK AND WHITE KEYS ON A PIANO TO PLAY THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER."
Music is our passion and we focus on making a big sound in a small town that's become THE WORLDS PLAY GROUND. However the status of the community we serve is always been first and formost. The WUSS Pledge.
We made sure our microphones traveled to anywhere in the USA at our own expense in order to bring the rest of the world to Atlantic City from a black prespective.
Behind The Microphones
Jimmy "Early" Byrd - Cecil "Black ButterFly" Callender - Dave "The Knight" - Curtis Grey - Jim "Bulldog" Dixon - Rev. Leroy Griffith - Ed Keys - Javier Mercado - Vernon "Boogie Child" Robbins - "Lady" Dee Rollins - Michael Thomas - George C Watson, Brown Sugar Lee Sherman, Baby Brother Bob Shivers, Larry Hicks, and Mama Hayes Little Boy Larry, THE BOSS
WUSS On The Boulvard
The House That Boss Built
WUSS became New Jersey's 2nd black owned radio station in 1974. It wasn't until 1978 that it became the voice of the black community. The 1st building you saw when entering Atlantic City from The White Horse Pike. A converted road side 2 story motel. 5 rooms on the top and 5 rooms on the bottom. Rooms on he 2nd level was gutted out and remodeled into the main Studio A, Studio B. The Prouduction Room, Music Library and the two room business office. The 1st level was to be our living quarters until we all found homes and eventually moved out. More