KFOX Radio Shows

Reported by Kaylee Hatfield

George Fox University (GFU) students host over twenty different hour-long shows each week on the KFOX radio station. Shows can be easily accessed via the GFU website by searching “kfox” and clicking on the first link. From there, simply click on the “stream here” button.

Streaming the KFOX radio station is free at all times. “Every show is completely different,” says station manager Nicole Hagen. “So whether you’re looking for humor, advice, great music, or deep thoughts, there’s something for everyone.”


3-4 p.m. The Patrick James Frederick I & Tyler Norbury Variety Hour [Explicit]

“People should listen to our show if they’re looking for an hour of quality banter,” said Norbury.


5-6 p.m. The Album Corner with Matt Raible

“I spend 30 to 45 minutes talking in depth about my favorite albums,” said Raible. “I am passionate about music and music criticism.”


6-7 p.m. Cool-Down with Conner Alexander


7-8 p.m. Stuff with Jonathan Roberts and Gatlin Cyrus

“Our talk show is a conglomerate of randomness,” said Roberts.


8-9 p.m. Among the Bruins with Joshua Bell

Bell interviews current and future members of the Associated Student Community (ASC)


9:45-10:45 p.m. Fox Confederation with Scott Stevens



5-6 p.m. JR Radio with Jordan Ledbetter and Rose Poe

Ledbetter and Poe play newly released music in a wide variety of genres. In between songs they ask each other questions and talk about current events.


6-7 p.m. Bachelor Recap with Courtney Walker and Josie Miller

“We encourage anyone who loves all things bachelor/bachelorette to listen in for some fun commentary,” said Walker.


8-9 p.m. Tidbits with Nicole Hagen

Hagen’s show involves tidbits of conversation, music, games, and more. Currently she is doing an “Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader?” segment. To be a guest on her show, contact Hagen at nhagen16@georgefox.edu.



4-5 p.m. Nemo’s Thoughts on a Crazy World with Nehemiah Heye

“I discuss current events, leadership, race, and anything that is interesting to me at the time,” says Heye. His podcasts can be found on iTunes as well as SoundCloud by searching for the name of his show.


7-8 p.m. Real Spill with Bon Wavi (hosted by Josiah Greene) [Explicit]

Greene plays mainly hip hop and R&B, as well as personally recorded songs. In between songs he will answer listener’s questions, review songs, give information on his personal music, and talk with guests.


8-9 p.m. Love Songs for Lonely Hamsters with Nate Downer and Alex Davis

“Our show contains improvised music sang and performed on the spot,” said Davis. “The goal is to have fun jamming.”


9-10 p.m. The Vibe with Abby Buckles and Ben Van Vliet

“We are two music nerds who enjoy listening to and talking about the artists and bands that are meaningful to us,” said Buckles.


10-11 p.m. Evenings with Ethan (hosted by Ethan Swihart)


11 p.m. to 12 a.m. The Late-Night Ladiez with Melia Bents and Danielle Korthuis



5:30-6:30 p.m. The Sports Cohort with Alex Hansen, David Bogert, and Zach Larsen

The Sports Cohort mainly focus on football and basketball, but they also talk about baseball, hockey, soccer and the Olympics.


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7-8 p.m. Hosted by Luc DeLorenzo

“My show consists of only music,” said DeLorenzo. “If you really like artists such as Tyler the Creator, J. Cole, and Red Hot Chili Peppers, tune in!”


8:30-9:30 p.m. Speak Human with Paige Patterson

Patterson and guests discuss questions about life and God using an open, inclusive discussion platform.


9:30-10:30 p.m. BACKBEATS with Dorian Vazquez and Natty Burmeister [Explicit]

“We talk about our top fives in music,” said Vazquez, “from albums to perfectly constructed pop songs. I’m hoping to help people see music from a new perspective and break down prejudices or stereotypes.” They play mostly hip hop and R&B.



2-3 p.m. The Word with Isabella Gray

“Each week I explore a new word or phrase through music, and occasionally a passage of the Bible or a speech from one of my favorite authors,” said Gray. She welcomes guests and song recommendations.


4-5 p.m. North Quarter Basketball with Sam North

North and his frequent co-host John Hampton talk about upcoming games and league news surrounding the Portland Trail Blazers as well as the rest of the NBA.


6-7 p.m. This Day in History with Daniel Scalberg and Zach Laningham


7-8 p.m. Feel Good Friday with Natasha Schuyler and Rachel Stanphill

“Our show has good music to end your week, and funny commentary,” said Stanphil.


8-9 p.m. Weekly Mixtape with Maddie Matthews

“[It’s] a pretty casual, listen-while-you-study type of show,” said Matthews who features alternative, rock, and indie music as well as band facts.



2-3 p.m. Ask the Aspergeric with Justin Chang and Clark Ellis

“We answer questions about what it’s like to have autism, how to become friends with one and everything else in between,” says Chang. “We are always looking for people who are willing to ask us questions.”


Most student-hosted KFOX shows are available on SoundCloud, where listeners can find them as podcasts. Hagen encourages anyone to join KFOX as a great creative outlet, to add to a résumé, or just to get involved in campus activities. If you are interested in creating your own show, simply email your concept to kfoxradio@georgefox.edu.