Category: Concerts & Events, Featured
Steven Curtis Chapman Aug 22nd Broken Arrow Performing Arts Center One of the most prolific and celebrated singer-songwriters in the Christian music industry, Steven Curtis Chapman is also one of the most highly-decorated, winning five Grammy awards and 58 Gospel Music Association Dove Awards, more than any other artist in history.… Read More »
The KXOJ Free Summer Concert Series is back, part of the KXOJ Summer of Worship! Join us for the next free concert of the season on Thursday July 9th at 7pm when Hawk Nelson comes to the Riverwalk Crossing stage in Jenks! The concerts are sponsored by Southern Hills Baptist Church and The Melting… Read More »
The KXOJ Summer of Worship presents HAWK NELSON in a free concert at Riverwalk Crossing in Jenks on Thursday, July 9th. Come see the band perform songs from their new CD DIAMONDS plus some Hawk Nelson favorites. Attendees will also get a special discount code to save money on tickets for… Read More »
KXOJ listeners are about as diverse as they come. We live in towns large and small. We work in blue collar jobs, white collar jobs, in offices, in fields, on the road and at home. We are students, teachers, managers, employees, leaders and followers. Some are quiet, some are outspoken. We… Read More »
OUTCRY Tour 2015 Aug 5 2015 BOK Center People are asking, “what’s the next big thing”, “when is the next movement going to happen?” We believe the “movement” is in progress. We believe the next big thing is already here. It’s always been here. The Church. You are the movement. You… Read More »
KXOJ and Food For The Hungry Present Newsboys We Believe…God’s Not Dead Tour with special guests: Hawk Nelson and Ryan Stevenson Nov. 20th at the Mabee Center On-Sale Date: Tuesday, June 2, 10 AM Click here for more details!
A new tower, transmitter and stronger signal has been completed and is now on the air for 100.9 KXOJ. The result should mean an improved listening experience for KXOJ listeners in Tulsa and the immediate area. KXOJ is licensed by the FCC to Sapulpa, so people living in the southwest part… Read More »