WGFM (105.1 FM) in [[Cheboygan, Michigan]] is an [[United States|American]] [[radio station]], which airs a [[mainstream rock]] format branded as Rock 105. WGFM boasts a 100,000-watt signal which easily covers most of northern Lower Michigan from Grayling northward and extends into the eastern Upper Peninsula. Rock 105 is also heard on translator W279CC (103.7 FM) in . The station formerly simulcast with WJZJ 95.5 FM in the [[Traverse City]] area as "Real Rock 105 and 95-5" until April 1, 2013.
In 1989, longtime northern Michigan radio personality and engineer Del Reynolds and wife Mary purchased 100,000 watt [[contemporary hit radio|CHR]] WQLZ (formerly WCBY-FM) in Cheboygan. Shortly afterward, he changed the station's format to classic rock with the WGFM call letters, meaning "W-Gold-FM". The station's main focus was classic rock, but also played new cuts from classic rock artists as well. The station was live/local 6 a.m. until 6 p.m. and aired [[Westwood One]]'s Adult Rock format overnights. Del was the station's morning man.