Here, listen to their liner song while you read on.
It's easy to receive this station up in Apalachicola, and eastward to Panacea, but it starts getting a little dicey by the time you get over to Gulf County. Well hell, they've only got 300 Watts output. I can just about transmit that much from my own back yard. Still, thanks to the miracle of over-salt-water groundwave propagation, that tiny signal reaches Franklin and Wakulla Counties just fine:
Sarasota Calling! In a tiny, tiny, 300 Watt voice.
If you're outside their walkie-talkie range, you can always stream them live through their basic but functional web site: http://www.wtmyradio.com/#
I know, I know, AM radio sounds like crap. But as with WSM's proto- and classic country music, big band sounds best on its original medium. It's reminiscent of the Academy of Ancient Music's quest to play baroque and classical on period-correct instruments. It comes out better, somehow, despite the limitations.
Anyway, when you get over to the eastern Panhandle, give WTMY 1280 AM a try. It is a treat, and a welcome occasional break from this.