Z-92 is celebrating 40 years of rocking Omaha!
All year long listen for special concert events, special 40th birthday prizes and contests and tributes to the greatest years of Omaha’s Rock Station!
2018 Z-92 turns 40! Party with us!
Z-92 40th Anniversary Concert Series
Bret Michaels at Mid-America Center on March 31st - Buy Tickets
On May 15, 1961, the station signed on as WOW-FM, a sister station to 590 WOW (now KXSP). After initially simulcasting the AM station, it switched to broadcasting beautiful music. It become a Top 40 station for a short time in the early 1970s under the call letters KFMX. Then it switched back to easy listening music, and, in 1973, changed its call letters to KEZO, standing for EaZy Omaha. The station flipped to rock music at 9 a.m. on September 6, 1978, still keeping its KEZO call letters but using the identification Z-92.