Salt of the City: Music Man | Savannah Magazine

In 1969, native New Yorker Jerry Rogers rolled into Savannah in a Mustang convertible for a gig as music director and afternoon DJ at now-defunct local radio station WSGA. Fifty years later, the Georgia Radio Hall of Fame honoree still graces the airwaves as the founder and on-air talent at WRHQ Quality Rock 105.3, the city’s only locally owned station — with no trace of an accent, though he remains an unabashed Yankees fan.

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