Tuesday, December 10, 2019

1980s KLOL stories



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Here are some stories from the Rock101movie.com website about KLOL in the 1980s.

Dayna Steele wouldn’t give up until she worked at KLOL
Houston’s “First Lady of Rock ‘n’ Roll,” Dayna Steele talks about how she got in the radio biz and ended up landing her dream DJ job at KLOL.

Eddie “The Boner” Sanchez origin
The origin story of Stevens and Pruett co-host Eddie “The Boner” Sanchez. Brian Shannon was the comic genius who kept the show together as its producer, and also voiced the now iconic S&P character.

Kevin Dorsey’s commentaries
Kevin Dorsey’s commentaries actually pre-date the Stevens and Pruett Show as you will hear in the interview. He later worked for Houston radio stations Z-Rock 106.9 KKZR and 93.7 The Arrow KKRW.


Grego recalls Outlaw Radio origins

Head Outlaw Grego remembers the beginning of 101 KLOL’s night show Outlaw Radio.

Colonel St. James remembers John Lennon’s murder
On December 8, 1980, John Lennon was murdered by Mark Chapman. Rormer 101 KLOL/97 Rock DJ, Colonel St. James, reflected on his time on the air during that tragic event.

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