That flannel-lumberjack look is back, so it must be time for a Point WayBack Weekend!

We opened up a closet full of old CDs and tapes, and a tsunami of killer 80s and 90s alternative rock spilled out (and carried away a couple of interns). Now we’re passing on that sweet, almost-retro goodness to you.

Slip on some baggy jeans and a scuffed-up old pair of Doc Marten’s, crank up the dual-cassette deck and shake your thang to the WayBack sounds, all weekend on The Point.

Tune in to 105.7 The Point, Listen Live, and submit your WayBack Weekend request by calling the request line at 314-624-3833 or 618-398-3833

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