101 KLOL documentary

The DJs. The bands. The music. The never before told stories. The 34 year history of Houston's legendary rock station 101 KLOL.

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Brian Shannon
Brian Shannon aka “Eddie ‘The Boner’ Sanchez” joins 92.3 KGON Portland
Former Rock 101 KLOL Stevens and Pruett player, Brian Shannon aka "Eddie 'The Boner' Sanchez," joins 92.3 KGON Portland. Continue reading
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Walton & Johnson
John Walton dies
Half of the “Walton and Johnson” syndicated morning radio team, John Walton, 67, died July 1, 2019. Continue reading
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Dayna Steele
Dayna Steele wouldn’t give up until she worked at KLOL
"And Stevens and Pruett came in and the rest of us could pretty much get away with anything because they
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Walton & Johnson
The story of Walton & Johnson
UPDATE JULY 2019– John Walton dies at age 67– The Walton and Johnson Show to continue with Ken Webster, Jr
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Doug Harris aka Jr. Mintz
Jr. Mintz elected to president of Houston Film Critics Society
The announcement coincides with the 35th anniversary of his movie review features voiced as Jr. Mintz. Continue reading
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The Mad Genius

"All I knew is that rules tended to get into the way of really great work."
- Pat Fant


The Comedy Kings

"Stevens and Pruett were fined because of the sex survey hour on a couple of occasions, but it was never us. We're still innocent to this day!"
- Jim Pruett


The First Lady of Rock N Roll

"We were a part of people lives. We weren't just a radio station."
- Dayna Steele


The Traffic Master

"Let's just call it bondage. It's 'Traffic in Bondage,' because everything's tied up."
- Lanny Griffith


The Night Outlaw

"I really got caught up in the breaking all the rules motif of the show because I didn't listen to anybody and I got myself in trouble a lot."
- Grego


The Afternoon Outlaw

"KLOL could always come back, because KLOL wasn't just about one specific music genre. KLOL was about a community, an attitude and a lifestyle."
- Outlaw Dave

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Stevens & Pruett

Dayna Steele

Lanny Griffith

Grego

Outlaw Dave

Crash

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