The difference between “just listening to” and really enjoying your music is the way in you which do it. The brand new WAY-FM Mobile App is an auditory, tactile, and visual experience. It brings the entire WAY world into your pocket, just a fingertip away.
The music is crystal clear because we use high quality aac compression, and it plays in the background.
The look is inviting and friendly, easy to understand and fun to use.
You can tell your friends on Facebook and Twitter what you’re hearing.
You can ask for prayer.
You can listen to Wally.
You can do all of this, and more, with just a touch.
The brand new WAY-FM Mobile app. Download it today. Your ears, hands, brain, and phone will thank you.
It's Chris Tomlin, Louie Giglio and Kari Jobe LIVE at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on May 4th!
And WAY-FM has your hook-up to win your way to the FRONT ROW before you can even buy tickets!
Just listen starting Monday, November 12th for the Road to the Front Row Song. When you hear it... enter it below!
Monday, you'll have 5 chances to hear the Front Row Song for 5th row tickets.
Tuesday, you'll have 4 chances to hear the Front Row Song for 4th row tickets.
Wednesday, you'll have 3 chances to hear the Front Row Song for 3rd row tickets.
Thursday, you'll have 2 chances to hear the Front Row Song for 2nd row tickets.
And Friday, just 1 chance to hear the Front Row Song and win tickets in the FRONT ROW at Red Rocks!
Listen to WAY-FM (and watch our Facebook page for when to win hints) then enter the Front Row Song here and YOU could be going to see Chris Tomlin, Louie Giglio and Kari Jobe LIVE on May 4th at Red Rocks!
Win tickets before you can even by them on November 17th!
This week, WAY-FM’s Jeff Connell will be broadcasting from the New York and New Jersey areas affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Our friends at Samaritan’s Purse were among the first responders to get to the area and beginning assessing the needs. This week, they’re giving Jeff special access to several affected areas that have not been seen by many. Jeff will be sharing the things he sees and stories from real people who have been impacted.
“It almost seems like Hurricane Sandy is over and done to a lot of people who don’t live in that area,” says Jeff, “It’s weird, because the damage is tremendous, and the total number of people affected are likely to be larger than Katrina; yet the nation seems to have moved on to other concerns. So, our hope is to bring people outside that area a little closer to the real stories, and to emphasize the needs now – which are donations and volunteers.”
Listen to Jeff Connell during the middays all this week, on WAY-FM.