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Luther Vandross, MJ, Isley Bros: Old School 100.3 launches in Cincy

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CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) -

There's a new 'Old School' radio station in town!

Radio One Cincinnati launched the new Old School 100.3 FM on Tuesday morning. The station will play 70s and 80s artists like Luther Vandross, The Isley Brothers, Michael Jackson, Frankie Beverly and Maze, Earth, Wind and Fire, Anita Baker and many more.

According to Radio One Senior VP of Programming Jay Stevens, "Adult listeners in Cincinnati will now have a station that plays the music they know and love and can sing every word to -- 24/7. Old School 100.3 is all about the memories and the emotions of these great Old School songs."

"It's going to be wonderful to hear the finely seasoned classics in Queen City radio again. And, we're going to have some fun in between the songs, because that's what we like to do," added Regional VP Jeff Wilson.

Roll the windows down and cruise to the new station on 100.3 FM or listen online at www.oldschoolcincy.com. You can also follow Old School 100.3 on Twitter @OldSchoolCincy.

Radio One Cincinnati will continue to operate 101.1 The WIZ and 1230 AM The BUZZ. Learn more about Radio One media company here: http://www.radio-one.com/

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