10-17-20: Tom L. Nix: Author, Organ, Piano & Worship Leader & also Becky Ivins of Movers Real Estate

Old Fashioned Hymn Sing 🎶 with Tom Nix & Friends ~ Special Outdoor Event | October, 24th at Hope Retreat Ranch in 2320 South Sandwood Ave in Choctaw, OK from 5:30pm to 7:30pm | Bring Your Lawn Own Chairs | Free Admission | Social Distancing will be Observed | Masks 😷 Encouraged!

This week on The Rise & Thrive OSJ Radio Hour, Saturday morning 10/17/20 at 9:05AM on KZLS The Eagle 1640AM. In studio: Left to Right: Tom L. Nix; Author, Organ, Piano & Worship Leader Professional will be Your Host at the “Old Fashion Hymn Sing” also in Studio is Becky Ivins of Movers Real Estate.

Tom L. Nix – At the age of 11, Tom Nix of Oklahoma City began his music career playing organ/piano at the prestigious Dodson’s Cafeteria. As a pianist & vocalist, his musical journey has included, In House Performer for the Governor of Oklahoma, Director of The Community Choir of Oklahoma City, and Musical Director of Oklahoma City’s annual Red Andrews Dinner. He has recently released his first piano CD, ROMANCE, which has met with worldwide acclaim. He is most excited about his current project, Old Fashioned Hymn Sing with Tom Nix & Friends.

Becky Ivins loves helping folks so her first position out of college was that of a social worker. For the past 40+ years she has expanded her social work career by focusing on her real estate brokerage. Yes, Becky is a social worker with a real estate license. She is here to help you. One of Becky’s favorite charities is HR Ranch, that provides therapeutic horseback riding for special needs kids.s Becky is a lifelong Christian and enjoys the old hymns that she grew up with. So, Becky met with her friend Tom Nix, and together they met with the Deens who founded HR Ranch and put together an Old Fashioned Hymn Sing.

Becky Ivins: 405-722-3232
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Tom’s newly release Book of Hymns

Tom L. Nix Facebook: facebook.com/tomlnixmusic

You can also read Becky’s two page article in the current issue of the Oklahoma Senior Journal; Check this out:
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