ROCK 103 plays real rock from the biggest names of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for our listening audience in Jamestown and Warren! 

ROCK 103 is home The More Music Morning Show with Brian Papalia, Nights with Alice Cooper and Buffalo Sabres play-by-play!  

Men age 25 to 64 comprise most of the loyal audience on ROCK 103, but, you will find a our mix of new and classic rock appeals to an audience of all demos.  

Artists that play on Rock 103 include:  AC/DC, Led Zeppelin, Def Leppard, Guns N’ Roses, Aerosmith, Metallica, Black Sabbath, Motley Crue, Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Pink Floyd, Van Halen, Tom Petty, ZZ Top, Rolling Stones, Queen, Foreigner, Green Day, Linkin Park, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Foo Fighters, Nirvana, Shinedown, Godsmack, Blink-182, Stone Temple Pilots, Alice in Chains and Pearl Jam

Brian Papalia

Brian Papalia has been with Media One Group for more than 20 years covering all aspects of the radio broadcasting operation.   Brian presents our amazing mix of rock each weekday from 6:00-Noon on "The More Music Morning Show'.

When not working hard on Orchard Hill you can find Brian going to local events with his wife and children, going to movies and making frequent trips to Toronto, Canada! 

Brian is also the Director of Community Relations at the Chautauqua County Humane Society. 

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Outlaw Dave Andrews

A Texas Radio Hall of Fame Inductee and alumni of Houston’s legendary Rock 101 KLOL, Dave Andrews has done everything and then some in rock radio.  Dave is a credible cultural observer with an outlook on, well, everything.  Dave is a Veteran, who served in the 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment on the East German border. Dave is a father, happily married with four kids and bouncing baby Harley Softail.  A constant servant of the people, Dave has spent countless hours running The Outlaw Dave Foundation, which serves at-risk youth, abused animals, and advocates for veterans’ rights, benefits and services.   Tune in for Outlaw Dave each Monday-Friday from 2-7 and the “Best Of” program each Saturday!   Visit Dave's Website

Loudwire Nights

Loudwire Nights hosted by Chuck Armstong is the fastest-growing rock show in radio and is based on the popular rock brand LOUDWIRE.COM, the leading rock fan destination.   Loudwire Weekend carries the tradition of Loudwire Nights by playing ALL the Rock that matters, plus rare live versions, special artist blocks, and great songs you may have forgotten. The biggest names in rock regularly stop by to chat or spin their favorite tracks.


The main thing you need to know about Chuck Armstrong is he’s a fan first.

He was five years old when he went to his first concert—Def Leppard in Manhattan, Kansas—and he’s gone full speed or nothin’ ever since. Growing up, he was glued to his favorite rock radio station in Kansas City every chance he got, which often meant he was late to school because he didn’t want to stop listening. It was a dream come true for him to eventually be on-air on that very radio station, but dreams have a way of evolving over time.

Thirteen years ago, Chuck moved to New York City to work for a couple of radio stations and quickly found himself enamored with a new website called Loudwire—which now reaches more than 4 million users and averages nearly 42 million pageviews every single month. 

As soon as he could, he stuck his foot in the door at Loudwire. One of his first gigs was attending Metallica’s Orion Music + More Festival in Atlantic City and over the three days he spent in AC, he interviewed nearly every single band that played. Of course, he was front and center for Metallica’s performance of Ride the Lightning in its entirety—the first and only time they’ve ever done that in their career.

Throughout the last 12 years with Loudwire, more dreams came true, from interviewing Rob Halford and Vinnie Paul to sitting in a room with Kirk Hammett talking about horror movies and guitar solos. Chuck wrote about his international Record Store Day celebration in Istanbul and he’s narrated many videos on Loudwire’s massive YouTube channel, which is nearing 2 million subscribers.

Chuck was slammed against the railing for an intimate club show with Nine Inch Nails and he still may have some hearing loss thanks to Metallica’s epic concert at the legendary Apollo Theater, all so he could tell the tales for Loudwire. 

And now after sneaking his way in and never leaving, another dream is coming true as he steps behind the mic to host Loudwire Nights, the nationally-syndicated radio show that Chuck actually helped conceive and build years ago in New York City.

He’s had his hands on the show since before day one and there is no one better suited to continue carrying the flag for Loudwire as Chuck brings the biggest interviews, latest news, and best music to your airwaves.

With his love for rock and roll and his deep appreciation for the men and women behind the songs, Chuck is ecstatic to share his fandom with radio stations across the country and millions of fans on

Station Info

Call Letters:  WQFX

Frequency: 103.1 FM

City of License:  Russell

Year of Birth:  1992

Power: 2,500 Watts

Format:  Mainstream Rock

Target Audience:  25-64 Adult



7:00-8:00am: The Floydian Slip

10:00am-Noon: Live In Concert

7:00-9:00: The Underground Garage

9:00-Midnight:  Rock 30 Countdown



7:00-8:00am: Off The Record

8:00-9:00am: The Floydian Slip

10:00-Noon: Live in Concert

7:00-9:00pm:  Flashback

9:00-Midnight:  The House of Hair