'FLINT'S BEST ROCK' DOCUMENTARY NOW PART OF ROCK & ROLL HALL OF FAME
What started as a class project for student James Baade at Mott
Community College, has turned into a permanent fixture inside
Cleveland's Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
"Flint's Best Rock" is a documentary Baade produced that high-
lights WWCK 105FM's heyday.
WWCK 105FM was once considered one of the greatest rock
radio stations in the country; from the late 70s until the late 80s,
when the station was sold and the new owner made the decision
to change the station's format.
Baade was contacted by the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame after the institution learned of the 30+ minute movie that features many of the stations' former staff members and milestones during the decade the station was on the air.
Now visitors to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame can find the documentary in the Hall of Fame library and archives.
WATCH 'FLINT'S BEST ROCK' HERE!