The Oklahoma Rock Show is a two-hour local Oklahoma specialty radio show, airing on KOSU (91.7 in OKC, 107.5 in Tulsa & 88.3 in Stillwater) and online on The Spy, every Friday at 7pm.
Since its launch on January 7, 2010, Oklahoma Rock Show has hosted dozens of live performances and played hundreds of songs by Oklahoma musicians.
Ryan LaCroix contacted Ferris O’Brien about starting an Oklahoma radio show in November 2009, when it was announced that O’Brien was bringing The Spy back to the airwaves on 105.3 FM. Lacey Lett, former host of KHBZ’s Buzz Born & Bred, joined as co-host.
Meant to be the radio arm of OklahomaRock.com, LaCroix, Lett and O’Brien bounced around terrible show names like OklahomaRock.com Radio, Okies Only and Local Spy, before settling on the not-as-terrible name, The Oklahoma Rock Show.
In late 2011, Lett moved to Tulsa to become co-host of FOX23’s “Good Day Green Country”. LaCroix stayed as sole host until Grace Gordon started guest hosting in early 2012 to promote The Buffalo Lounge at SXSW. After SXSW, Gordon was asked to officially join the show as co-host.
|Ryan LaCroix (January 2010 – present)
Grace Gordon (March 2012 – present)
|Lacey Lett (January 2010 – August 2011)|
End of Year Song Lists
First Playlist – January 7, 2010
|Starlight Mints – Zoomba
Flaming Lips – Watching the Planets
The Uglysuit – 1902 Deep Sea
Colourmusic – Motherfather
Other Lives – Paper Cities (daytrotter session)
St. Vincent – Actor Out of Work
The Pretty Black Chains – Ambulance
Ali Harter – Grandpa
Mayola – Take My Hand
Samantha Crain – Get the Fever Out
Evangelicals – Hello Jenn, I’m a Mess
Sherree Chamberlain Band – Bird Song
Callupsie – The Murderous Type
Dead Sea Choir – The Ceiling
Crocodile – August is Over
Vandevander – Devil Man
Stardeath and White Dwarfs – New Heat
Student Film – The Disappointed Song
Shiny Toy Guns – Le Disko
Chainsaw Kittens – Sore on the Floor
John Moreland & the Black Gold Band – Alright, Let’s Go!
Early Beat – Maybe I Love You
Green Corn Revival – Hang On
Flaming Lips – Thank You Jack White (For The Fiber-Optic Jesus That You Gave Me)