I guess the beginning of the end is when Laquidera and Shelton left, but it was never so much about the DJs as it was about the music. I am still in shock. In its heyday it was a great station because you could truly hear anything. Many memories of hearing new music on Sunday nights after practice on the drive home.
I actually listened today to 104.1 for about 30 minutes of "the greatest mix of today's hits!". Geez what a load of Autotune and otherwise crap. I mean a little is alright for a while but we've got a century of recorded music, and there's gotta be something better than what they play now. Anyways it is a sad end to what once was a great station.