Back when RADIO FREE GEORGIA, WRFG-FM (89.3), went on the air in 1973, people who listened were like a secret society. The signal didnt go far outside the perimeter of Little Five Points, that is and the uninitiated usually discovered the station by channel-surfing or from a friend in the know: Hey, have you checked out Radio Free Georgia? Even the stations name suggests its counterculture leanings. WRFG has the most eclectic playlist in Atlanta: blues, Zydeco, Americana, bluegrass, music from India, doo-wop, jazz, Latin and hip-hop. Today, Radio Free Georgia broadcasts at 100,000 watts, but its remained true to its roots of playing the kind of music youll never hear on commercial radio.