Radio Station Information
KOAI 95.1 FM
City of License:
Sun City West, AZ
Riviera Broadcast Group (Riviera Broadcasting, LLC)
94.9 - K235CB-FX - Chandler, AZ
KOAI is an FM radio station broadcasting at 95.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Sun City West, AZ and is part of the Phoenix, AZ radio market. The station broadcasts Oldies/Classic Hits programming and goes by the name "95.1/94.9 The Wow Factor" on the air. KOAI is owned by Riviera Broadcast Group.
Station Coverage Map
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Listener Comments and Reviews
my buena musica !FELICIDADES!!!!!
By: maria ornelas on August 23, 2011
GREAT station,Phx radio coming thru . I think even a little 60,s easy listening would be great. Please don!t leave us
By: Carol castle on August 22, 2014
I just discovered you folks great station do you give tours of the station or have internships, please play some more Styx and journey.
Scott P. Farmer
el mirage AZ.
By: scott farmer on August 31, 2014
Best radio station on the air.
By: Carolyn Weck on April 20, 2015
I love this programming, but can't seem to get 95.1 right here in Surprise (85374)! Any suggestions? There are no good alternatives here....hoping for OASIS easy listening to be accessible like it used to be.
By: Cherie on February 8, 2016
I`m picking your station up via my powered antenna and some tweaking with my 1978 Pioneer SX-1280 receiver some 60 miles away. Nothing beats listening to FM Stereo with a vintage receiver able to produce 185 watts per channel! The best music and stereo gear were made in the 70's.
By: Nolan on December 2, 2018
KOAI-FM shifted from ac to classic hits about two years ago.
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By: Robert Gustafson on March 14, 2020
Definitely one of the more interesting stations in Phoenix
By: Anonymous on April 19, 2020
Hi my name is Dorian Ramos and the reason for me contacting you today is only on the fact that I have a basic question for you which would is your station hiring for any possible board op positions I know its a slow start but its something and you got to start somewhere and I already know that is a good way to get your foot in the door.
With that being said I already have some trying with Pete Cummings who is a DJ at 100.7 KSLX he was my personal mentor for nine mounts and I had the pleasure of learning a lot and getting a lot out of it and now I think that I am ready to take my trying to the next level if your company is not hiring right now I understand but if someone could please get back to me I would greatly appreciate.
By: Dorian Ramos on July 13, 2020
Finally, a decent radio station that not only plays the increasingly neglected oldies from the 60s but also sprinkles in the classic hits from the 70s/80s as well. Thank you to the person who recommended this to me.
By: Bill on November 2, 2020
My opinion has changed. I've been listening to this station for the past few days and i can honestly say that it doesn't sound any different than the other classic rock/classic hits driven formats from other stations. I'm more of solid gold oldies (1950s/60s) aficionado but sadly this kind of music has been long disappearing from the airwaves. I don't consider the 70s/80s oldies at all. While this station does play some 60s, it's just not enough for me to stay tuned in and does not remind me of the KOOL-FM of old. Sorry, but i tried. If anyone wants a good dose of what a real "oldies" station sounds like i would suggest tuning in to KFXM on the Tune In or Online Radio Box app.
By: Bill on November 4, 2020
Bill what is your opinion of 92.7 in Phoenix? The signal is weak and plays just 60s and 70s.
By: Jeff on November 5, 2020
Hi Jeff. Thank you for your comment. I started listening to the AM version of this station back in 2012 when i read a blurb about it inside the Phoenix New Times newspaper. The station was playing a lot of the "malt shop" era (late 50s/early 60s) oldies which is now sadly long gone. I really liked that format too. So now it's only late 60s into the 70s. I've always had a hard time with 92.7 because the signal cut out constantly so i still listened to it on the AM dial. I don't dislike the music from the 70s but it doesn't mix very well with the decades that came before it. That's just my opinion.
By: Bill on November 5, 2020
I think stream/internet are the only options to hear a station that is exclusively 50's and 60's music now.
By: Jeff on November 7, 2020
You are right about that. The internet is the way to go nowadays.
By: Bill on November 9, 2020
I stopped listening to another radio station because they edited their music i noticed you do to , that's not a good way to keep fans. There are to many stations to listen to to put up with edited music no commercials are worth it.
By: Duane on September 30, 2021
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